President Donald Trump said General Motors CEO Mary Barra is 'making a big mistake."
After eight years of ignoring the midsize truck market while Toyota and General Motors racked up strong sales, Ford believes it's not too late for the new Ranger to make a splash.
The president has a power no previous holder of the executive office wielded: the ability to move markets with a tweet.
Argo won the lottery, essentially. What remains to be seen is if Ford made a wise roll of the dice, The Verge reports.
Presidential council executives have begun an exodus, with CEOs of Intel and Under Armour following Merck CEO Ken Frazier's decision to quit.
A few of the C-suite executives advising President Donald Trump on how to grow the manufacturing sector have announced their departures.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas sent out a stark warning on Ford's earnings.
Unraveling of Ford-Google partnership was a key point for ex-Ford CEO Fields, says report.
Attention is on Ford's new CEO, Jim Hackett, but analysts are also watching two executives who report to him, and for good reason.
An executive from an old furniture company won't save Ford, writes Breakingviews' Rob Cox.
Together, Ford and Hackett aspire to make the company one that embodies a "culture of caring about each other."
The full interview with Ford executive chairman Bill Ford.
"He had a difficult situation. He was told to develop an autonomous car. He's told to be a worldwide guy," Jim Cramer says.
Ford Motor is replacing its chief executive, Mark Fields, the NYT reports.
A source familiar with the plan told CNBC Ford's cuts will involve primarily salaried workers in North America and Asia.
Bill Ford's comments come amid reports the automaker's board is scrutinizing the business plan of CEO Mark Fields.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks to Ford Motor CEO Mark Fields about the automaker's growth strategy after Tesla passed it in market capitalization.
Ford said it would launch a plug-in hybrid car in China in 2018 and a fully electric sport-utility vehicle in the next five years.
The rate may need to be 28 percent so the president’s plan is tax neutral. When Barack Obama proposed that figure, repeatedly, Republicans called it too high.
Interviews with nearly a dozen executives and lobbyists reveal Donald Trump is very different from his uncompromising and demanding @realDonaldTrump Twitter handle.