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  • PSA Groupe (€63m) Ford (€34m) Mutua Madrilena (€58m) Securitas Direct (€33m) Seat (€49m) Fiat Chrysler (€33m) Renault Espana (€47m) Opel (€33m) Source: Infoadex Spain'
  • Ford said they too had been contacted but declined his proposal. Cohen appears to have made himself made a small fortune in the process - he was paid $600,000 by AT&T and an astonishing $1.2m by Novartis.
  • stepped down as executive director of US marketing for Ford, to be replaced by Andrew Frick. Coca-Cola's new CEO James Quincey made several further management changes. US operations president Hendrik
  • though mostly less high-profile ones) and Ford (which appeared in more films than any other brand, but more fleetingly than the top three). Rounding out the Top Ten were Chevrolet, Ray-Ban, Audi, CNN
  • this week are an 8-minute assassination thriller for Ford featuring actor Mads Mikkelsen, some entertaining job interview tips from Monster.com, a host of celebrities endorsing Beats wireless headphones,
  • with Hyundai-Kia 4th at 8.18m. US groups GM and Ford came 5th and 6th respectively, with Honda, Fiat Chrysler, PSA and Suzuki rounding out the Top Ten. That was the good news for Volkswagen Group, but
  • his successor will be Tim Ford, currently COO. Paul Rayner is non-executive chairman. Other officers include Matt Young (CFO), Ben Dollard (president, Americas), Angus MacPherson (managing director,
  • Belding was one of several agencies invited by the Ford Motor Company to compete for the business of a new experimental model it was developing. After a feverish pitch, Foote Cone & Belding was awarded
  • to $37bn on currencies. Ford too had a great quarter, with net earnings up 44% to $1.9bn, and its biggest quarterly profit from automotive operations sicen 2000. A key element in all three companies'
  • well ahead of Ford on 2.6m. Toyota, Fiat Chrysler, Honda and Nissan held the next four places, and the rest of the top 15 ranking remained unchanged with one exception: Volkswagen slipped back from 10th

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