GM’s Q1 Profit Hits Post-Bankruptcy Record
The results "demonstrate the strong earnings power of this company,” CEO Mary Barra says as profits soar 33% to $2.6 billion.
Ford’s Profit Dips 35% on Increased Costs
"Basically, the cost increase for the full year has happened in the first quarter," CFO Bob Shanks says.
Ford’s Heavy Spending to Cut Into 2017 Profit
Ford is hoping its investments in new technologies will help it "expand beyond its core auto-making business and enter new transportation-related services."
Ford to Take $3 Billion Pretax Charge in 2016
The loss reflects an accounting change intended to give investors a clearer view of the operating performance of Ford's business units.
Ford Chooses U.S. Investment Over Mexico Plan
The decision to scrap a planned $1.6 billion factory in Mexico is a "vote of confidence" in Donald Trump's economic policies, Ford says.
Ford Invests in Cloud Provider Pivotal
Ford Motor's investment is part of a $253 million funding round for the cloud platform company.
Wisdom from a Finance Factory Graduate
Solid finance operations practices are more about discipline than rocket science, says FLIR's new CFO, fresh from 20 years at Ford.
Pension Accounting Change Boosts Ford’s Results
One of the Big Three adopts mark-to-market accounting for its pension obligations.
For Ford, Finance Transformation Is a Way of Life
While many companies see finance-transformation efforts as finite projects, to Ford it's just the way to 'do finance.'