Tuesday Dec 3
Ford in November: Ford Fusion, Lincoln MKZ Sales Explode
Ford reported a total of 190,449 car and truck sales in November. While that's a 7 percent year-over-year increase and Ford's best November result since 2009, it's not necessarily a banner month in an otherwise impressive year for the automaker.
The Globe and Mail
Venza, Flex or Crosstour for a confused family?
Dear Sirs: I have two Toyota Camrys; one is a hybrid. But we are a four-driver family and sometimes need to carry more stuff then what can fit in these small trunks.
Ford to expand Buffalo stamping plant, add 350 jobs
Ford's Buffalo, NY stamping plant will add 350 jobs, giving a boost to the local economy..
Ford Adds Jobs at Buffalo Stamping Plant
Ford Motor Company will invest $150 million and add approximately 350 new jobs at its Buffalo Stamping Plant, reinforcing the company's commitment to the plant, the city of Buffalo and the state of New York.
Detroit Free Press
Ford adds jobs at Buffalo metal stamping plant
Ford will invest $150 million and add 350 new jobs for third shift at its Buffalo stamping plant that will produce metal parts for new vehicles.
Details on Ford plant awaited
Although few specifics have been shared about a proposed $101 million expansion at Ford Motor Co.'
Detroit Free Press
Ford to introduce the 2015 Lincoln MKC; goes on sale next spring
Ford will unveil the all-new 2015 Lincoln MKC in New York today, a compact crossover that expands the luxury brand lineup and could get people into Lincoln showrooms again.
Can-Am connection important in Ford plan
A number of factors have come together that are driving the decision by the Ford Motor Co.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Nov. 7: five-day work week originator dies
Nov. 7, 1932: Malcolm Gray, the Rochester industrialist credited with paring down Americans' standard work week to 40 hours, died after an illness at age 65. Gray, born in Canada and raised in Nebraska and Michigan, started the Rochester Can Company in 1908 after some business successes elsewhere.