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Plant employees craft a Ford Explorer on the assembly line at Ford's Chicago Assembly Plant.
A few years back, Nissan's Sentra lost its way. For years it had been right up there with Toyota's Corolla and Honda's Civic as a premier entry-level sedan, great for young families.
Richard Read covers technology, social media, advertising, legal issues, and other auto industry topics for High Gear Media.
DRUMHELLER, AB The Ford F-150 pickup has been the best-selling vehicle in Canada for 47 consecutive years; not just the best-selling truck, but the best-selling vehicle overall.
Keeping with the luscious woodgrain theme here on Daddy Types, check out this total stunner of a station wagon, a 1971 Ford LTD Country Squire with a mere 60,000 miles.
Monmouth County banked $95,205 in surplus from the property auction held earlier in May .
Daimler has strengthened ties with Ford Motor Co. after consulting with the U.S. automaker during the development of a three-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engine.
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Clayton Christensen, the Harvard Business School professor credited with coining the term "disruptive innovation," authored a white paper with colleagues Heather Staker and Michael Horn titled " Is K-12 blended learning disruptive? An introduction of the theory of hybrids ." In it, the authors introduce "hybrid innovation", which is described in a ... (more)
Once largely limited for use among contractors and outdoor enthusiasts, the rough-and-tumble sport-utility vehicle somehow morphed into becoming the de facto American family car during the 1990s and grew increasingly civilized throughout the 2000s.
Remember the Lincoln Blackwood? While there were surely comments from auto scribes who described it as the answer to a question nobody asked, it wasn't without its well-heeled fans.
Two days into disaster relief efforts following the Moore, Okla., tornado, Metro Detroiters are increasingly mobilizing with fundraising, supply donations and at least one caravan of volunteers who are planning a cross-country road trip to aid in rebuilding.
THE decision has just been announced, but the writing was on the wall for Ford's Australian manufacturing arm as far back as 2009.
FORD will close its manufacturing operations in Australia and 1200 workers will lose their jobs in October 2016, despite receiving $1.1 billion in taxpayer funding over the past decade.