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Retired Ford Motor Co. chief designer J. Mays will join Whirlpool in October as a vice president and chief design officer.
Former Ford Motor Co. executive MaryAnn Wright led drive for new $5 million dollar animal shelter in Dearborn that bears her name.
While Lincoln has no plans to discontinue its subscription pilot, officials say they'll have to alter the service — including getting dealerships more involved — if it's ever to grow beyond the test phase.
Ford's latest F-150 commercial reinforces the automaker's leadership without calling out its redesigned rivals by name.
Neil Schloss, the treasurer who helped Ford steer through the Great Recession without going into bankruptcy, will retire at the end of the year after 36 years with the company.
Volvo's Polestar reveals retail plan; Aston hypercar; Lincoln MKT finds work; Daimler, BMW decry bigotry; Nissan, Infiniti fire risk; 5 stars for Model 3; Carvana's big delivery.
The MKT, known almost exclusively for commercial fleet sales, will remain in Lincoln's lineup after its replacement, the Aviator, debuts next year.
Longtime automotive designer J Mays is going from Ford Mustangs and F-150s to washing machines and refrigerators.
A Ford employee was found dead inside a bathroom overnight at the company's Sterling Axle Plant near Detroit. The cause of death remains unknown, police said.
President Donald Trump will fail in his attempts to push Ford to produce in the U.S. instead of China, according to a China Daily editorial.
Ford: Won't build Focus Active in U.S., despite Trump tweet; Volvo delays IPO, Aston proceeds; Subaru Ascent ads; Mercedes GLE tease; M-B's slow EV rollout.
In a letter to the editor, a reader questions whether Ford's Jim Hackett has the leadership skills for his job.
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