Hackett sought to 'push the edges' of automaker's office designJune 19
Ford CEO Jim Hackett stopped a planned 10-year Dearborn campus renovation to give it a 'much healthier' design. The project eventually included the establishment of an autonomous vehicle development campus in Detroit, anchored by a long-blighted train station.
'We're making a big bet on our future,' Ford says of train station, Corktown investmentJune 19
Ford leaders portrayed the automaker's planned rehabilitation of Michigan Central Station as a pioneering facility akin to the Highland Park and Rouge plants Henry Ford built that revolutionized automobile production and American industry.
Hackett vows closer ties with Ford dealersJune 18
Ford CEO: We're 'reinventing' the car, not trying to kill itMay 10
Ford: Tech culture can rise from ruinsMay 7
Ford shifts U.S. sales leaders following departuresMay 1
Ford appointed marketing executive Andrew Frick to replace Dianne Craig as director of sales in the United States while naming Craig to fill a void created by the sudden departure of two top executives at the FordDirect joint venture with dealers.
Ford begins forging major new campus in Detroit's Corktown neighborhoodApril 28
Ford is in talks with multiple property owners in the Corktown neighborhood near downtown Detroit in an effort that would create a sweeping campus consisting of dozens of individual properties, including both buildings and parcels of land, in the area, Crain's Detroit Business, an affiliate of Automotive News, has learned.
Fears for Ford Mondeo's future rise after sedan phaseout in U.S.April 27
Ford awards CEO Hackett $16.7 million as he tries tricky turnaroundMarch 29
Ford dealers 'very anxious' for product infoMarch 22
Ford set to replace 75% of N.A. lineup in 2 yearsMarch 15
Ford says it aims to supplant Toyota as the top seller of hybrid vehicles in the United States in three years as part of a dramatic reshaping of its lineup to focus heavily on utility vehicles and pickups. The automaker plans to replace more than 75 percent of its North American lineup and add four nameplates within the next two years.