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  • its market cap overtook both Ford and GM to reach $51.5bn on Tuesday. That followed a bullish announcement in which Tesla said unit volumes soared by 69% in the quarter just ended to a record 25,000 vehicles.
  • 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
  • longtime home of Ford's Hispanic marketing account. WPP already handles virtually all other Ford marketing duties via its Global Team Blue unit, but has never been able to persuade the client to assign
  • In a joint letter to staff, Ford Motors executive chairman Bill Ford and CEO Mark Fields stated "We do not support this policy or any other that goes against our values as a company." Nike's Mark Parker
  • Ford remained in 3rd place (6.23m), but a slight fall by Hyundai - its first in a decade - allowed Nissan to edge into 4th place at 4.95m. Elsewhere in the Top 20, there were big jumps for Buick (up 16%
  • also owned by GM - as well as Ford. But despite Trump's typical errors, his underlying message at least was clear, and was reiterated in a subsequent tweet: “Car companies and others, if they want to
  • 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
  • was seemingly enough to sway a shift in strategy at Ford. After a year-long battle with Trump over its own plans to shift some manufacturing south of the border, and just a few hours after the GM tweet,
  • this week are an 8-minute assassination thriller for Ford featuring actor Mads Mikkelsen, some entertaining job interview tips from, a host of celebrities endorsing Beats wireless headphones,
  • with "connected car" partnerships with Ford, GM and Jaguar Land Rover among others. In the news this past week: Agencies Former Saatchi & Saatchi CEO Kevin Roberts, currently network chairman and

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