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A recent analysis reveals that auto industry insiders view Apple as a more likely EV market leader than Ford.
Ford's CEO admits the company has a problem that could bedevil it for years.
Unlike other underperforming white-collar workers at Ford, CEO Jim Farley, will not be trained to improve his job performance or let go.
Ford has abandoned its self-driving vehicle investment and taken a huge write-down. Will self-driving cars ever be all over the world's roads?
Did Ford abandon self-driving cars too early? If so, it has cost investors a great deal of money already and will cost even more in the future.
Here is what analysts expect to hear when these four companies report quarterly results after U.S. markets close on Wednesday.
Monday's additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades were on Bristol Myers Squibb, Ford, Fortinet, General Motors, Kraft Heinz, Kroger, Merck, Procter & Gamble, Toast and more.
Ford has bungled several initiatives and now faces a period when new car prices are high, car loan rates have soared and inflation has eaten into discretionary spending.
Ford’s short-term success may depend on whether management can guess what the vehicles it makes will cost the consumer.
Wednesday's additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades were on Airbnb, Chemours, Ford Motor, Goldman Sachs, Hasbro, Janus Henderson, Lumen Technologies, Morgan Stanley and more.
Analyst Adam Jonas and his team at Morgan Stanley have raised the rating on Ford while cutting price targets on both Ford and GM.
Ford’s problem has gone beyond the details of why it is not doing well to a concern that its CEO is not the right person to handle it.
Ford has a growing set of management problems as it tries to turn itself into a next-generation global car manufacturer.
Ford says parts shortages will not do much damage beyond the third quarter. Is that likely?
Ford’s evolution into an electric car company was cited as a reason for recent layoffs.