Ford Motor Company today announced that Elena Ford has been named Chief Customer Experience Officer. In this role, she will lead the organization responsible for creating a world-class customer experience throughout the entire ownership cycle. The company also announced that John Savona is named vice president, North American Manufacturing.
Ford Motor Company today announced the creation of a new Enterprise Product Line Management organization as it continues to transform to meet emerging customer needs, drive top-line growth and maximize returns.
Ford Motor Company today announced it has created Ford Autonomous Vehicles LLC, a new organization charged with accelerating its AV business to capitalize on market opportunities. The company also detailed key organizational changes designed to improve its operational fitness and drive profitable growth.
Ford Motor Company today announced key changes to its senior management team as it continues to strengthen its automotive business, improve the company’s operational fitness, and accelerate a strategic shift to capitalize on emerging opportunities.
Ford today names Lynn Antipas Tyson as executive director, Investor Relations. Tyson brings with her three decades of extensive finance and strategic communications experience, including 23 years in investor relations, serving in senior level positions at PepsiCo, Dell and other leading companies.
Ford Motor Company today named Jim Hackett as its new president and CEO and announced key global leadership changes designed to further strengthen its core automotive business and accelerate a strategic shift to capitalize on emerging opportunities.
Ford Motor Company honored top-performing suppliers at the 19th annual Ford World Excellence Awards at the Henry Ford Museum. Fifty-four companies were selected from thousands of Ford global suppliers.
In 1967, Dr. Haren Gandhi began his career at Ford Motor Company as a research engineer. Throughout his 43 year tenure, he held a number of research engineering and staff scientist positions – leaving a lasting imprint on the company.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg visited Ford Motor Company today as part of his “Personal Year of Travel Challenge” to get out and talk to more people about how they're living, working and thinking about the future.
For more than 40 years, Fairlane Town Center Mall has served as a major retail hub in Dearborn, Michigan. It is one of the state’s largest malls – at one time housing more than 220 retailers including five major department stores, restaurants, even an ice rink. Only three major department stores now remain, and Fairlane’s biggest tenant is a global automaker.
Ford Land announced today an agreement with Masco Corporation to lease buildings in nearby Taylor, Michigan, as that company is moving its headquarters. Ford will use the buildings as transitional office space for nearly 1,000 employees as the automaker continues to transform its Dearborn campus.
Ford Motor Company today announces the hiring of leading brand expert Musa Tariq as vice president and chief brand officer as part of its expansion to an auto and a mobility company and its drive to go further in connecting and engaging with today’s consumers.
Ford Motor Company is announcing today the appointment of Laura Merling as vice president, Autonomous Vehicles Solutions, of Ford Smart Mobility LLC, Ford’s subsidiary working to design, build, grow and invest in emerging mobility services. Merling will report to Jim Hackett, Ford Smart Mobility LLC chairman, and be based in Palo Alto, California.
Ford Motor Company is announcing today the appointment of Rajendra “Raj” Rao as chief executive officer of Ford Smart Mobility LLC, Ford’s subsidiary working to design, build, grow and invest in emerging mobility services. Rao will report to Jim Hackett, Ford Smart Mobility LLC chairman, and be based in Palo Alto, California.
Ford Motor Company today announced that Bernard Silverstone, Ford group vice president and chairman and chief executive officer of Ford Motor Credit Company, has elected to retire effective Oct. 1, after 37 years of service.
The following statement is attributable to Bill Ford, executive chairman, Ford Motor Company on the August 6 passing of Ernie Lofton who served as vice president of the National Ford Department of the UAW from 1989 to 1998.
Ford Motor Company today is announcing changes in its China, India, Global Strategy and Finance leadership team, as it elevates the reporting of its China operations and expands its business model to be both an auto and mobility company.