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Alexander Y. Malcomson - The End At Ford
... However, other board members at Ford became upset, because the Aerocar would compete directly with the Model K ... They demanded Malcomson give up his shares in Ford ... However, Henry Ford was still upset at being dictated to by Malcomson ...
Vehbi Koç - Career
... While dealing with commerce, he became the local representative of Ford Motor Company and Standard Oil (presently Mobil) in 1928 ... Following an agreement with Ford Motor Company in 1959 to assemble trucks, today’s prominent automotive company Otosan came to life ... group also has international partnerships with well-known companies such as Fiat, Ford Motor Co ...
List Of Danish Americans - List - Other
... Knudsen, Executive with Ford Motor Company and General Motors Semon Knudsen, Executive with Ford Motor Company and General Motors Charles E ... Sorensen, Production engineer and executive with Ford Motor Company Christian Mortensen, Danish-born supercentenarian, undisputed longest-lived man on record ...
Packard Proving Grounds - History
... the Packard brothers to let them relocate the young business to the emerging motor capital of Detroit ... Curtiss-Wright sold the property to the Ford Motor Company in 1961 ... Ford used the former engine plant to manufacture automotive interior trim, and at various times used the lodge and engineering buildings to make small service ...
Ford Motor Credit Company
... Ford Motor Credit Company LLC is the financial services arm of Ford Motor Company, and is headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan ... loans and lines of credit to dealerships selling Ford Motor Company products ... also issues commercial paper and other debt instruments on Ford's behalf ...

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    We disparage reason.
    But all the time it’s what we’re most concerned with.
    There’s will as motor and there’s will as brakes.
    Reason is, I suppose, the steering gear.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

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    —Gerald R. Ford (b. 1913)