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  • despite the sale of Opel/Vauxhall to PSA. Ford, Honda, FCA, PSA and Suzuki rounded out the remaining places in the Top Ten. In terms of individual brands, Toyota was safe in 1st place at 8.71m cars, ahead
  • increase. Ford held second place with a total of 2.59m deliveries, also down 1%. The Ford brand's 2.51m units were led by the F-series pickup, which marked its 36th year as America's best-selling model.
  • possible changes to its relationship with key client Ford. In a formal statement filed with stock exchange regulators, the group said that Ford this week "verbally informed WPP that they are considering
  • Ford has a new global marketing chief. Incumbent Stephen Odell is retiring after 37 years with the company and is to be replaced by Kumar Galhotra, who will add group marketing duties to his existing
  • Ford ousted veteran executive Mark Fields as its CEO and replaced him with James Hackett, who had been running the company's "smart mobility" division, which includes self-driving vehicles and ride-hailing.
  • 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
  • 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

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