US President Donald Trump has proposed cutting the corporate tax rate from 35% to 15%. We can see why automakers are onboard.
Ford CEO Mark Fields pulled in $18.8 million in 2016 including salary, bonuses, and stocks.
Ford’s expected profits for the year will be somewhat less than the $10.4 billion (pretax) brought in in 2016.
Ford shareholders: you won’t want to miss Ford’s next “Let’s Chat” forum with industry analysts.
Ford is still targeting a 6-percent operating margin in Europe, while GM sells off Opel and abandons the market.
After losing billions between 2011 and 2014, Ford Europe managed to change its fortunes.
Ford’s record profit in Europe in 2016 might be impossible to replicate, thanks to “Brexit.”
Ford’s US hourly workers have a nice little profit-share bonus coming their way.
Ford suspects its future in the transportation industry could be quite lucrative indeed.