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What's the world's best-selling car? It depends on how you count. Ford's Focus and Toyota's Corolla both have strong claims to the title.
Travis Blake of United Road Services delivers a Ford Focus on Wednesday to the Rod Baker Ford dealership in Plainfield, Ill.
The organization will be presenting around 23 new models around the world. Because of these new launches, Ford's profit may decline in the current fiscal.
Ford announced its Fiesta was now the biggest selling car of all time, last week, overtaking the now defunct Escort into poll position.
Battery maker LG Chem Power Inc . plans to offer a new cell chemistry that could serve as the foundation for an affordable electric car with a 200-mile driving range by 2017.
Over the last few years the Ford Transit Connect compact van has expanded its successful base from Europe and found a home on American streets delivering flowers, auto parts and serving as an efficient mobile base for a multitude of small businesses.
Fact No. 2: Nobody cares. Investors are more excited about Ford's $14 million in pre-tax profit in Europe, even though it's 174 times less than the amount collected here at home You can't blame investors for being excited, of course, seeing as how Europe has wiped out roughly $3.5 billion from Ford's bottom line since the beginning 2012.
Ford Fiesta hatchback is undoubtedly the bestselling vehicle in the United Kingdom.
Every year hundreds of new-car models are introduced and enter the research process for millions of car shoppers.
"We are delivering strong results in a year of aggressive global product launches and difficult external conditions in many parts of the world - a tribute to the power of our One Ford plan and the Ford team around the world."
Official information about the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang has been dripping like coffee made from molasses.
Ford Motor Co., which hasn't posted a profit in Europe in three years, hit pay dirt in the second quarter as workers waived $63 million in bonuses.
On a day chock-full of earnings and economic data, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is on pace for a positive start.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 03:43 pm
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