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  • Ford has acquired the iconic Michigan Central Station and plans to transform it into the centerpiece of a vibrant new campus in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood that will serve as an innovation hub for Ford’s vision for the future of transportation.

    Ford Acquires Iconic Michigan Central Station as Centerpiece of New Detroit Campus to Usher in Ford's Smart, Connected Future

    Ford has acquired the iconic Michigan Central Station and plans to transform it into the centerpiece of a vibrant new campus in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood that will serve as an innovation hub for Ford's vision for the future of transportation.

  • Ford will donate a total of $300,000 to support STEAM initiatives at HBCU’s across the country. From now through Oct. 27, students and alumni are encouraged to “Rep Your HBCU” by voting to help their favorite school win one of four prizes.

    Ford Launches Drive2Greatness Program to Support STEAM Initiatives at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    Ford's longtime commitment to Historically Black Colleges and Universities continues with its national Ford HBCU Drive2Greatness program and contest that will donate a total of $300,000 to go toward STEAM initiatives Program kicked off with a $10,000 donation to Florida A&M University tied to Ford's sponsorship of the 2017 Tom Joyner Family Reunion on Labor Day weekend Now through Oct.

  • Ford Motor Company and its dealers are providing special assistance for Hurricane Irma victims, including first responders, existing customers, and those needing to replace lost or damaged vehicles.

    Ford Extends Hurricane Relief Programs to Victims of Irma

    Ford Motor Company employees and dealers are working to help victims of Hurricane Irma rebuild their lives Ford Motor Company Fund will match employee and dealer contributions to the American Red Cross - up to $150,000 - to aid Hurricane Irma disaster relief efforts; this raises potential assistance from Ford

  • The City of Tomorrow may potentially hold a very special delivery from Ford and Domino's.

    How Pizza Is Helping Us Design Our Self-Driving Future

    By Sherif Marakby, Ford Vice President, Autonomous Vehicles and Electrification The next time you order pizza, you might be helping shape the future of pizza delivery. Today, we're kicking off a research collaboration with Domino's Pizza to understand the role self-driving vehicles can play in food delivery.

  • Ford's long-term goal is to use zero drinking water in any of its manufacturing. #FordCareers

    Ford's Industry-Leading Commitment to Water Security

    By Kim Pittel, Group Vice President, Sustainability, Environment & Safety Engineering, Ford Motor Company We believe that access to clean water is a basic human right. And yet, where almost three-quarters of the Earth's surface is covered in water, only about one percent of that vital asset is both drinkable and readily accessible.

  • Ford has come a long way since we first issued our Sustainability Report. Find out what sustainability means to us today.

    What Sustainability Means to Us | Sustainable Innovations | Ford

    We've come a long way and we have a long way to go. As Ford prepares to release its 18th annual Sustainability Report, take a look at some of the highlights of our sustainability journey and how we're going further for the planet.

  • There's nothing "artificial" about the intelligence on display over at Argo. Get it??

    An inside look at Ford's $1 billion bet on Argo AI

    Somewhere between the 14th and 15th floors in a concrete stairwell, Bryan Salesky pauses, searching for the right words to explain his mission for the foreseeable future. He wants to give cars the eyes, ears, and brains they need to operate without humans. And he wants to do it for Ford Motor Company by 2021.

  • How can we create the City of Tomorrow? Ford VP of City Solutions John Kwant explains how it starts with working together.

    Taking the City of Tomorrow from Fantasy to Reality - Together

    By John Kwant, Vice President, Ford City Solutions Reality is starting to impose its will on cities of the world. Populations are steadily climbing, with the United Nations reporting the global urban population is expected to grow by 2.5 billion people by 2050, with most concentrated in already jam-packed cities.

  • Don't be THAT neighbor, thanks to Ford Mustang's new quiet mode.

    Ford adds a 'mute' button for the Mustang's noisy V8

    Many performance cars, including the new Ford Mustang GT, already have a "Sport Exhaust" mode, that lets drivers give the engine an extra roar at the press of a button. But the 2018 model will also come with the more novel "Quiet" setting.

  • Bill Ford: "The role we’re in now requires us to stick our necks out."

    Bill Ford Thinks His Company Lacks Vision-and That He Can Fix It

    Ford Motor executive chairman Bill Ford this spring led a management shake-up to shift the company faster into electric vehicles, self-driving cars and ride-sharing services. "The role we're in now requires us to stick our necks out," he says in an interview.

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