left, greets Miguel Zapata of Ford Zapata in Tlalnepantla, Mexico, and his wife, Alondra Arau De Zapata. Right: EdselFord II, right, a member of Ford's board, thanks Gary Uftring of Uftring Ford in East Peoria, Ill., for his charitable
honored six auto dealers for dedication to their communities. Ford's Salute to Dealers, conducted under the guidance of EdselFord II, a member of Ford's board, was held here Thursday. The program was established in 2001. This year's honorees
pleased and honored to have my longtime friend Roger Penske introduce me, along with a video that included comments from EdselFord ; Mike Jackson, AutoNation's CEO; Mark Reuss, General Motors' product development chief; and Peter Brown, the
Today was a joyous day at Ford Motor Co. World Headquarters. Chairman Bill Ford sat on the dais between the man who saved the family company -- outgoing CEO Alan Mulally -- and Mark Fields, the man charged with leading Ford into the future. There were smiles, hugs and standing ovations all around.
Thursday was a joyous day at Ford Motor's global headquarters. Chairman Bill Ford sat on the dais between the man who saved the family company -- outgoing CEO Alan Mulally -- and Mark Fields, the man charged with leading Ford into the future. There were smiles, hugs and standing ovations all ...
Executive Chairman Bill Ford took the stage to reiterate his family's commitment to Lincoln. He invoked his grandfather EdselFord , who, said the younger Ford, saw Lincoln as "a brand dedicated not to be all things to all people but everything
consecutive year on a proposal to strip the Ford family of its 40 percent voting control of the automaker and move to one vote per share. The measure is opposed by Ford's board, which includes two Ford family members, Bill Ford and EdselFord II.
winning GT40 race car. The goal was to develop a worthy successor to the original 1939-48 Continental, created by EdselFord , William Clay Ford's father. The new car would be big, fast, built to the highest standards and look like nothing
years. William Clay Ford was born in Detroit on March 14, 1925, the youngest of the four children of Eleanor Clay and EdselFord , Henry Ford's only child. He attended Detroit University School in Grosse Pointe, Mich., and Hotchkiss School
Clay Ford Sr.andnbsp;was born in Detroit on March 14, 1925, the youngest of the four children of Eleanor Clay and EdselFord , Henry Ford's only child. Benson Ford died in 1978; Henry Ford II, longtime CEO and chairman of the company, died
auto dealers for their dedication to their communities. Ford's Salute to Dealers, conducted under the guidance of EdselFord II, a member of Ford's board, was established in 2001. This year's honorees are: Divonsir Bastos Cardoso of Autoeste
At the Ford Salute to Dealers reception, which honored six dealers for contributions to their communities, EdselFord II, above, congratulates honoree Sujeet Singh Gehlot, of Gehlot Ford in Ajmer District, India, and his wife, Pratibha. At
during a ceremony at the Washington Auto Show, adding him to a roster of honorees that includes Ford Motor Co. scion EdselFord II, retailing giant Roger Penske and auto safety advocate Ralph Nader. Muscle car love affair Hendrick, who had fixed
the chairman would stand to collect about $9.16 million per year with the dividend forecast by Bloomberg analysts. EdselFord , 65, and also a great-grandson of the founder, held 3.16 million common shares and 5.24 million Class B shares
Henry III, in a picture taken on his 16th birthday in 1996 on the 100th anniversary of the Quadricycle with his father, EdselFord II, and his illustrious ancestor. Ford recently took the rare step of allowing a few journalists inside its archives
month on four continents. "As far as I know, Alan is staying through the end of 2014, and that's all I know," EdselFord II told Bloomberg News at an event in Dearborn to show off the sports car. The automaker can ill afford diversions as
said little publicly about Mulally's future. "Alan is staying through the end of 2014 and that's all I know," EdselFord II, great-grandson of company founder Henry Ford, said on the sidelines of the introduction of the new Mustang last
today's first event. At Ford's headquarters in Dearborn, Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields was accompanied by EdselFord II, the son of Henry Ford II, who unveiled the original Mustang at the 1964 New York World's Fair. Fields took the