Ford has identified the extent of the groundwater contamination from its Livonia Transmission Plant.
Ford Motor Co. Executive Chairman Bill Ford is serious about addressing global mobility challenges.
Ford isn’t in a rush to put partially-autonomous driving systems at customers’ fingertips – not while they’re still half-baked.
As you may have expected, the public isn’t crazy about the prospect of thousands of little Ken Blocks running around on public roads.
The automotive industry must change its own culture to encourage young women to participate, says Ford Europe’s Chief Operating Officer.
Ford’s environmental study at a former plant site in Minnesota has come to a close. Now comes the cleanup.
A new pilot program from Ford will provide on-the-job training to individuals with autism, and could lead to a full-time job.
Ford’s new green project could greatly reduce petroleum usage in car production.
“Suspended within the column… is a young, human male, utterly plain in appearance if not for the presence of fleshy, 12-inch wheels where his hands and feet should be.”
Ford will keep testing groundwater in Michigan after finding vinyl chloride near its Livonia Transmission Plant.
Ford is the only automaker named to Ethisphere’s 2016 list. This is the seventh consecutive year it’s been honored.
Ford is the first automaker to join a coalition of socially-responsible electronics companies. Here’s to a fair, green future.
“We want to be trusting stewards for [consumer] data and we’re committed to protecting it.” -Mark Fields