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  • Jim Hackett outlines four goals for his first 100

    How Jim Hackett wants to impact Ford in 100 days

    CLOSE Ford Motor CEO Jim Hackett knows the clock is already ticking on his tenure and intends to make a difference in his first 100 days. Hackett, 62, who replaced Mark Fields as CEO last month, has begun with a mandate from Executive Chairman Bill Ford to speed up the automaker's decision-making and wants to instill an increased focus on innovation.

  • Ford awarded more than 140 Detroit-area students from 10 high schools with nearly $100,000 in scholarships as part of its Blue Oval Scholars program.

    Ford Motor Company Fund Honors 2017 Detroit-Area Blue Oval Scholars with Nearly $100,000 in Scholarships

    Ford Motor Company Fund celebrated the achievements of more than 140 graduating seniors from 10 Detroit-area high schools at its ninth annual Blue Oval Scholars program. Ford presented the awards - ranging from $250 to $1,000 - on Wednesday, at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.

  • Ford is #2 on BizBash's most innovative brands in marketing. Take a look at some of our recent work!

    Top 10 Innovative Brands 2017: #2 Ford

    Ford approaches its event marketing efforts with a sweeping scope-seeking partners and targeting demographics across a wide spectrum. While consumers might not immediately think to align the American car brand with fashion or yoga, Ford uses its events as ways to connect with current and would-be customers with a variety of interests and interact with them in diverse, immersive, high-tech ways.

  • Hear from Ford Futurist Sheryl Connelly on how the different generations define happiness. #FordCareers

    How the New Definition of Happiness is Radically Changing the Workplace

    Sheryl Connelly is the Corporate Futurist at Ford, charged with compiling emerging trends with big implications for the automaker and the world at large. Her annual Looking Further With Ford report explores the top 10 trends from Connelly's research.

  • “After nearly two years of planning, and countless hours of input from neighbors and the community, the Ford GoBike system is coming to fruition — and San Jose is excited for it.”

    Bike Share Expansion: Over 80% of 546 Ford GoBike Stations Now Identified | News

    Two newly released maps new show over 80 percent of the locations proposed or sited for the Ford GoBike bike share stations throughout San Francisco and San Jose. The soon-to-launch program will boast more bike share bicycles per capita than anywhere else in North America.

  • Farm to Car: Learn how Debbie Mielewski and her team are increasing sustainable materials in Ford vehicles. #FordCareers

    Thinking Forward

    Ford's commitment to sustainability extends beyond the parts we use and into the natural resources consumed while manufacturing. Since 2000, we have reduced our water usage by 61 percent and are working to virtually eliminate water usage in our manufacturing efforts in the near future.

  • New CEO Jim Hackett looks like an inspired choice to rev up Ford’s self-driving car efforts and lift its stock.

    Ford Races Toward an Exciting Future

    Investors seem divided on whether the appointment of Jim Hackett as chief executive of Ford Motor this past week was an act of panic or window dressing. Hackett, a former furniture executive, spent the past year running Ford Smart Mobility, a new venture designed to prepare for a future of empty driveways and bustling, pay-as-you-go robo-cars.

  • As James Hackett steps up as Ford's new CEO, Marcy Klevorn will fill his former duties as head of the automaker's smart mobility unit. #FordCareers

    Meet Ford's new smart mobility chief: Marcy Klevorn

    As James Hackett steps up as Ford's new CEO, Marcy Klevorn will fill his former duties as head of the automaker's smart mobility unit. Klevorn has been at Ford since 1983 and rose to become the company's first female chief information officer in 2015.

  • Ford Motor Company 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 Appoints Jim Hackett as CEO to Strengthen Operations, Transform for Future; Farley, Hinrichs, Klevorn Take on New Roles

    Jim Hackett named as Ford Motor Company president and CEO, succeeding Mark Fields, who is retiring. Hackett, who will report to Executive Chairman Bill Ford, is recognized as a transformational business leader Hackett led Steelcase Inc.'s turnaround to become the world's No.

  • Ford Motor Company 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 Appoints Jim Hackett as CEO to Strengthen Operations, Transform for Future; Farley, Hinrichs, Klevorn Take on New Roles

    Jim Hackett named as Ford Motor Company president and CEO, succeeding Mark Fields, who is retiring. Hackett, who will report to Executive Chairman Bill Ford, is recognized as a transformational business leader Hackett led Steelcase Inc.'s turnaround to become the world's No.

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