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  1. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Ford Motor Co

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    Tue, 19 Aug 2014

    made a bold move in September 2006 by hiring Alan Mulally to be president and CEO. Mulally united the company under his One Ford mantra ..... Fields, 53, joined Ford in 1989 and succeeded Mulally in July. We think Fields will keep Ford on

  2. Alan Mulally to Leave Ford July 1; No Surprise to See Mark Fields Named Next CEO

    Commentary

    Thu, 1 May 2014

    auto industry. President and CEO Alan Mulally , 68, will retire on July 1 after ..... Jan. 8 note, we did not expect Mulally to stay beyond this year because ..... him to do. We would have liked Mulally to stay for many more years, and

  3. From Barron’s, April 28, 2014 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 26 Apr 2014

    for about 9 months [ the honeymoon period ] and then it is all downhill. Ford [ F ] COO Mark Field may replace CEO Alan Mulally later this year. President Obama is Philippines on Monday-Tuesday. The FOMC Statement is on Wednesday. The BOJ decision

  4. CEO Mulally May Leave Ford Before End of Year

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    Mon, 21 Apr 2014

    news that Ford president and CEO Alan Mulally , 68, will resign before the end ..... 8 note that we did not expect Mulally to stay beyond this year because ..... s announced succession plan that Mulally would stay through at least the

  5. Industrials Stocks: Automakers Look Undervalued

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    Fri, 28 Mar 2014

    Ford got an earlier start on its restructuring thanks to Alan Mulally 's joining Ford as CEO in September 2006. The company ..... up story has more positives than negatives, even if Mulally retires this year. CNH Industrial CNHI We think there

  6. From Barron’s, March 17, 2014 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 15 Mar 2014

    Valuable time has been lost since the 2008 conflict between Russia and Georgia . Pf 49: Jack Falvey has a piece on how Alan Mulally guided and saved Ford from 2006 to now. [ IMO, coinciding with its leadership transition in 2006, Ford luckily did

  7. The Friday Five

    Video Reports

    Fri, 10 Jan 2014

    couple of weeks. Stipp: Ford chief Alan Mulally will be sticking with Ford for at ..... will be staying in place? Glaser: Mulally finally ended the speculations that ..... the company for us, thinks that Mulally has done a great job and will continue

    Alan Mulally Mulally found at 4:52, 4:52

    results shake out in the next couple of weeks. Stipp: Ford chief Alan Mulally will be sticking with Ford for at least 12 more months. Of course, he was a contender for the top spot at [TICKER:MSFT] Microsoft. So, given this news, what's the bottom line for Ford and [TICKER:MSFT] Microsoft, since he will be staying in place? Glaser: Mulally finally ended the speculations that have been going on for months now that he was going to leave Ford and go into [TICKER:MSFT] Microsoft to take over from Steve Ballmer. He said that he wasn't, and he is going to stay at least until the end of 2014. It's generally assumed that he'll retire after that, and that one of his deputies will take over. We think that on balance this is good news for Ford. Dave Whiston, who covers the company for us, thinks that Mulally has done a great job and will continue to be able to do that over the next year, and that the people behind him will be able to take over pretty easily. Ford also raised their dividend this week by 25% per quarter, which is another sign that they're doing much better. With Mulally now [staying], people can really focus on the fundamentals of Ford instead of being overly worried about what would happen if he
    results shake out in the next couple of weeks. Stipp: Ford chief Alan Mulally will be sticking with Ford for at least 12 more months. Of course, he was a contender for the top spot at [TICKER:MSFT] Microsoft. So, given this news, what's the bottom line for Ford and [TICKER:MSFT] Microsoft, since he will be staying in place? Glaser: Mulally finally ended the speculations that have been going on for months now that he was going to leave Ford and go into [TICKER:MSFT] Microsoft to take over from Steve Ballmer. He said that he wasn't, and he is going to stay at least until the end of 2014. It's generally assumed that he'll retire after that, and that one of his deputies will take over. We think that on balance this is good news for Ford. Dave Whiston, who covers the company for us, thinks that Mulally has done a great job and will continue to be able to do that over the next year, and that the people behind him will be able to take over pretty easily. Ford also raised their dividend this week by 25% per quarter, which is another sign that they're doing much better. With Mulally now [staying], people can really focus on the fundamentals of Ford instead of being overly worried about what would happen if he
  8. Ford CEO Finally Refutes Microsoft Rumor, Will Stay Through at Least 2014

    Commentary

    Wed, 8 Jan 2014

    pleased to hear that president and CEO Alan Mulally will not leave the company to become CEO of Microsoft. Mulally , 68, told the Associated Press in a Tuesday ..... t have to worry about me leaving." Mulally reiterated his plans to stay with Ford

  9. Our Outlook for Industrials Stocks

    Headlines

    Tue, 31 Dec 2013

    volume from 10.4 million in 2009. This top-down recovery complements tremendous bottom-up change at Ford thanks to Alan Mulally 's embrace of common vehicle platforms. Ford is well ahead of GM in moving 87% of its annual global volume to common

  10. The Friday Five

    Video Reports

    Thu, 24 Oct 2013

    upside in the shares. One wildcard here is Alan Mulally , who is the CEO of Ford and very well regarded ..... s been some non-denials from Ford and Mulally on this front. Dave Whiston really sees Mulally as, obviously, a key figure there, but

    Alan Mulally Mulally found at 6:20, 6:20

    there is still some upside in the shares. One wildcard here is Alan Mulally , who is the CEO of Ford and very well regarded. It is being rumored that he is going to consider the Microsoft CEO position after Steve Ballmer steps down. This is a persistent rumor for some time now, and there's been some non-denials from Ford and Mulally on this front. Dave Whiston really sees Mulally as, obviously, a key figure there, but if he were to leave, Ford has a strong enough management bench that they'd be
    there is still some upside in the shares. One wildcard here is Alan Mulally , who is the CEO of Ford and very well regarded. It is being rumored that he is going to consider the Microsoft CEO position after Steve Ballmer steps down. This is a persistent rumor for some time now, and there's been some non-denials from Ford and Mulally on this front. Dave Whiston really sees Mulally as, obviously, a key figure there, but if he were to leave, Ford has a strong enough management bench that they'd be
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