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Lessons From Henry Ford About Today’s Supply Chain Mess

DEARBORN, Mich. — Henry Ford, the godfather of mass production, was tormented by the possibility of running out of parts…

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Ford plans 6,000 new union jobs in three Midwestern states.

Ford Motor said on Thursday that it was planning to invest $3.7 billion in facilities across the Midwest, much of…

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Ford lost $3.1 billion in the first quarter.

Ford Motor said on Wednesday that it lost $3.1 billion in the first three months of the year because of…

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Jim Farley Tries to Reinvent Ford and Catch Up to Elon Musk and Tesla

On a recent Tuesday afternoon, Jim Farley, the chief executive of Ford Motor, took a spin in what could become…

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Ford Splits Into Electric and Gas Divisions to Speed Up Transition

Ford Motor has decided the best way to make the transition to electric vehicles is to transform itself first. On…

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Looking for a Way to Soup Up Your Car? Go Electric.

This article is part of our series on the Future of Transportation, which is exploring innovations and challenges that affect…

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Ford and Rivian no longer plan to work jointly on electric vehicles.

Ford Motor and Rivian have dropped plans to develop an electric vehicle together, although Ford remains a major investor in…

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Ford Moves to Ensure Supply of Chips and Guide Their Design

With increasingly sophisticated cars devouring more and more computing power, a shortage of semiconductors has vexed automakers and disrupted ...

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A Hot Rod Before Its Time: Ford’s Model A, With a Boost

Dominic Palazzolo occasionally shows up at car shows and cruise-ins, but he’s far from a typical enthusiast. The hopped-up 1930…

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Ford’s profit declines as automakers deal with supply-chain troubles.

Ford Motor reported $1.8 billion in profit for the three months that ended in September, a decline of $600 million…

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