Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) is changing its method for reporting pension and other postretirement employee benefits (OPEB) to provide a clearer view of Ford’s operating performance and segment results.
Ford's European sales rose 20 percent in November and improved its market share on rising demand for its newest passenger cars, SUVs and commercial vehicles. It was Ford's best November in Europe since 2009.
Ford Motor Company November U.S. sales totaled 187,794 vehicles, up slightly at 0.4 percent compared to a year ago. Through November, overall Ford sales are up 5 percent versus the same period a year ago. Erich Merkle, Ford Sales Analyst explains.