Wednesday Dec 4
Lincoln to resurrect old nameplates for China?
Judging by the success that many luxury automakers are currently experiencing in China , it's no surprise that Lincoln plans to take advantage of the situation by peddling its wares across the Pacific.
The Motley Fool
Ford Continues to Deliver On Adding Jobs in the U.S.
Ford's been on a tear since the depths of the recession, redesigning its vehicles to deliver more value and better fuel economy.
Ford to invest $150M at New York stamping plant
Ford Motor Co. on Thursday announced plans to invest $150 million at its Buffalo, N.Y., stamping plant, which will make parts for the automaker's next-generation Edge crossover scheduled to hit dealer lots next year.
Ford to debut Edge crossover at L.A. auto show
Ford will debut a new Edge crossover utility concept Wednesday that is close to the lighter-weight vehicle that will go on sale next year.
Phelps: 'Driven to Give' on Saturday for Salvation Army
When organizers of the upcoming annual WCAP 980 AM radiothon to benefit the Salvation Army of Greater Lowell reached out to Peter Gervais for support, Gervais and his crew, led by General Sales Manager John Martin, immediately thought of Ford Motors' "Driven to Give" campaign.
Why Lincoln Is Quietly Keeping Its Town Car Alive
This one is a small SUV dubbed MKC. It has wood trim, an all-glass roof, and push-button gear-shifting.
Detroit Free Press
Ford to introduce the 2015 Lincoln MKC; goes on sale next spring
Lincoln introduces the all-new 2015 MKC small premium utility vehicle, the second of four all-new Lincoln vehicles to fuel the brand's reinvention.