A virtual who’s who among Metro Detroit’s power brokers join host Carol Cain and the rest of the “Michigan Matters” crew as they crisscross Cobo Center this week at the North American International Auto Show.
Lincoln unveiled the new MKX Tuesday at the North American International Auto Show.
Keeping The Momentum Going At Ford, U-M, WSU: Mark Fields, Mark Schlissel, M. Roy Wilson’s Challenge
Mark Fields, new CEO of Ford’s biggest challenge will be to keep the momentum going started by his predecessor Alan Mulally.
New Ford CEO Mark Fields will get a pay package worth more than $5.25 million this year as he takes over for the retiring Alan Mulally.
The truck, which will be 700 pounds lighter than the current version, could get close to 30 miles per gallon of gas on the highway, far better than its competition.
“I suppose this is not a terribly well-kept secret,” said executive chairman Bill Ford, in announcing the changes to Ford workers Thursday.
Ford Motor Company has officially announced that current CEO Alan Mulally will be replaced by Mark Fields come July.
The North American International Auto Show Charity Preview took center stage among the ultramodern auto designs within the halls of Cobo Center.
Ford Motor Co.’s Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields talked about the unique roll out of the new 2015 Mustang — the sixth generation of the iconic 50-year-old pony car which took place in Dearborn and other continents — and also of helping Metro Detroiters in a far flung conversation during taping of “Michigan Matters.”
The “Eye on the Future” team of CBS 62 Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain and CBS 62 Chief Videographer Paul Pytlowany travel the state to show viewers what is taking place in Detroit, Grand Rapids and Marquette to close the talent gap in the workforce.