percent to $52 million, or 1 cent a share, down from $3.04 billion, or 74 cents, a year earlier. Still, the results were better than expected, considering all the automaker was coping with, including lost production of its best-selling model, the F-150 pickup, during ...
Ford earnings fall, but Wall Street is still pleased (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Ford Motor CEO: F-Series pickup trucks having best January since 2004