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Ford Motor Co.

Headquarters : The American Road Dearborn, MI 48121 United States of America United States of America web www.ford.com stock : F analytics

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Human 1 Jobs -32% /1998 Pollution 4 Fraud 1 Offshore 3 Sales 139 Bn $.€ /year Profit 20 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 1979 *min. Influence 11 Infocom 2
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year
business
source
2007Ford is the fourth largest carmaker in the world, with 5,96 millions cars made in 2007.Les Echos
2004Ford sells 13,2% of the cars purchased in Russia.Le Monde
2004Ford sells 10,5% of the cars purchased in Turkey.Le Monde
2004Ford sells 13,9% of the cars purchased in Australia.Le Monde
2004Ford manufactured 25 000 hybrid cars in 2004
2004Ford sells 18,4% of the cars purchased in the United-States.Le Monde
2003Ford sold 6,72 million cars around the world in 2003.
? More business descriptions and market shares for Ford Motor Co..
subsidiarycountry%source
Kwik-Fit Holdings plc United Kingdom19Les Echos
Mazda Motor Corp. Japan13Les Echos
? More subsidiaries of Ford Motor Co.
country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
Argentina Argentina
Ford Argentina S.A :
 
Bermuda Bermuda
Ford Electronica Portuguesa, Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Bermuda Bermuda
Transcon Insurance Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Brazil Brazil
Ford Brasil Ltda :
 
China China
3e usine en Chine, ? Chongqing. : Production, 150 000 vtoiures par an
 Les Echos
China China
Chongqing : 10000 S40 sedans / year
 Bloomberg
China China
Nanjing : Usine d'assemblage
 Les Echos
China China
Chongqing : 150000 cars/year
 Les Echos
China China
Chongqing, special industrial zone :
 Le Moniteur
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands
Gentle Winds Reinsurance, Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Ireland Ireland
Ford Treasury Services Dublin :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Mexico Mexico
: Production, Ford envisage de cr?er au Mexique la moiti? des capacit?s de production qu'il envisage de supprimer aux Etats-Unis et au Canada.
 AFP
Mexico Mexico
: Fusion
 
Mexico Mexico
MEXICO TULTITLAN KM. 36.5 MEXICO QUERETARO & 015 899 72 00 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Mexico Mexico
SONORA HERMOSILLO COLORADA KM. 4.5 PARQUE IND. DE HERMOSILLO & 662 598192 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Mexico Mexico
DISTRITO FEDERAL CUAUHTEMOC PASEO DE LA REFORMA 333 CUAHUTEMOC & 015 3266000 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Mexico Mexico
CHIHUAHUA CHIHUAHUA-CD JUAREZ KM. 11.5 COMPLEJO IND. & 019 294223 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Poland Poland
Tychy : Production, 120 000 Ford Ka / year
 AFP
Romania Romania
ancienne usine Daewoo : Production,
 Les Echos
Russia Russia
: Focus
 Les Echos
Slovakia Slovakia
Ford :
 
Turkey Turkey
: Transit van
 AP

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2007Fields, Mark
See the photo of: Fields, Mark Chairman; expenses: 0,9 million US$;
Les Echos
2007Mulally, Alan R
See the photo of: Mulally, Alan R Chief Executive Officer; salary: 22,8 million US$;
Les Echos
2006Mulally, Alan R
See the photo of: Mulally, Alan R Chief Executive Officer; salary: 2 million US$; allowances: 18,5 million US$;
Les Echos
2006Mulally, Alan R
See the photo of: Mulally, Alan R Chief Executive Officer; salary: 19,17 million US$;
2006Mulally, Alan R
See the photo of: Mulally, Alan R Chief Executive Officer; salary: 0,67 million US$; allowances: 27,5 million US$;
AFP
2005Ford, William Clay
See the photo of: Ford, William Clay Chairman; salary: 13,3 million US$;
Reuters
2003Ford, William Clay
See the photo of: Ford, William Clay Chief Executive Officer; salary: 1,68 million US$;
2003Leclair, Don
See the photo of: Leclair, Don Chief Financial Officer;
2003Padilla, James
See the photo of: Padilla, James Chairman; salary: 2,87 million US$;
2002Scheele, Nick
See the photo of: Scheele, Nick Chairman;
2001Ford, William Clay
See the photo of: Ford, William Clay Chief Executive Officer;
1999Nasser, Jac
See the photo of: Nasser, Jac Chief Executive Officer; salary: 10,2 million US$; stock-options: 7 million US$;
AP
1998Trotman, Alex
See the photo of: Trotman, Alex Chief Executive Officer; salary: 20,43 million US$;
Forbes
year
employees
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social impact : country
source
2009
-2500
Internal restructuring: Ford Motor cuts 20% of the workforce of its division Ford Motor Credit.: United States of America
Les Echos
2008
-5100
Internal restructuring: Volvo Cars slashes more than 13 percent of its work force because of a "rapidly deteriorating market situation in the global car industry". 2,000 would be blue-collar and 700 of them white-collar positions in Sweden. Another 600 jobs would be eliminated abroad and some 700 contracts with consultants would be terminated.:
AP
2008
-900
Internal restructuring: Ford Motor hardens its restructuring plan of its subsidiary Volvo Cars, Belgium and Sweden.:
Les Echos
2008
-1300
Internal restructuring: Ford cuts jobs at its Valence plant.: Spain
Les Echos
2008
-350
Internal restructuring: Ford Australia cuts 15 percent of its Australian manufacturing work force, due to a slump in sales of large cars.: Australia
AP
2008
-2000
Internal restructuring: Ford Motor cuts 2000 jobs at its Volvo Cars' subsidiary.: Sweden
Les Echos
2008
-3000
Internal restructuring: Ford Motor will cut expenses for its white-collar work force by 15 percent over the next two months through job cuts, attrition and other actions. Ford has about 24,300 salaried workers in North America.: United States of America
Reuters
2008
minimum wage/day: 21 Eu?; Romania
Les Echos
2008
-2500
Internal restructuring: Ford Motor Co will eliminate shifts at four U.S. plants and lay off some 2,500 workers -- or almost 5 percent of its remaining work force -- as part of an effort to cut costs and return to profitability next year.: United States of America
Reuters
2007
283000
2007
-387
Internal restructuring: Ford closes its factory of Leamington (center of England) in July 2007.: United Kingdom
AFP
2006
-220
Relocation: Ford relocates from Valencia (Spain) to Tychy (Poland) the production of its Ford Ka model.: Spain
AFP
2006
-2000
Internal restructuring: Ford Motor Credit Co. will eliminate about 2,000 salaried jobs in the U.S. and Canada and close its remaining 59 U.S. branch offices by the end of 2007. The jobs will be cut through attrition, early retirements, incentives and firings. Profit at the finance unit dropped to $441 million in the second quarter, from $740 million in the year-ago period.: United States of America
Bloomberg
2006
-10000
Internal restructuring: Ford Motor Co., responding to a $1.44 billion first-half loss, plans to cut an additional 10,000 salaried jobs in North America. Along with 4,000 salaried jobs the second-largest U.S. automaker eliminated as part of its ``Way Forward'' strategy in January, the additional cuts mean Ford will have slashed almost 40 percent of its salaried workforce in North America by 2008. Instead of shedding at least 40,000 jobs in North America and closing 14 plants by 2012, the company intends to eliminate the jobs by 2008.: United States of America
Bloomberg
2006
-6000
Internal restructuring: Ford will cut North American salary costs by another 10 percent to 30 percent.: United States of America
Bloomberg
2006AFP
2006
300000
-30000
Closure/Bankruptcy: Ford will cut 25,000 to 30,000 jobs and close 14 facilities by 2012 as part of a restructuring designed to reverse a $1.6 billion loss last year in its North American operations. The cuts represent 20 percent to 25 percent of Ford's North American work force of 122,000 people. Plants to be idled through 2008 include the St. Louis, Atlanta and Michigan's Wixom assembly plants and Batavia Transmission in Ohio. Windsor Casting in Ontario also will be idled, as was previously announced following contract negotiations with the Canadian Auto Workers. Another two assembly plants to be idled will be determined later this year, and production at St. Thomas Assembly in Ontario will be reduced to one shift. A total of 14 facilities, including seven assembly plants, will cease production by 2012.: United States of America
AP
2006
-3000
Internal restructuring: Suppressions de postes de cadres.: United States of America
Les Echos
2005
-4000
Plan de r?duction des co?ts salariaux de 10% aux Etats-Unis en 2006.: United States of America
AFP
2005
-2600
Internal restructuring: Restructuration en Europe, selon le ? K?lner Stadt-Anzeiger ?: Germany
Les Echos
2005
-400
Internal restructuring: France
Les Echos
2005
-160
Internal restructuring: Plan de restructuration des sites de production de Bordeaux, 5 ? 10% des emplois seront supprim?s.: France
Les Echos
2005
-1000
Internal restructuring: Programme de r?duction des co?ts chez Volvo Cars: Sweden
Les Echos
2005
-1750
Internal restructuring: United States of America
AFP
2005
Relocation:
Les Echos
2005
-1000
Internal restructuring: Va supprimer un millier d'emplois administratifs. Si les d?parts volontaires ne sont pas assez nombreux, le constructeur proc?dera alors ? des licenciements, a pr?cis? la direction aux membres du personnel. Ford fait face ? une baisse de sa part de march? aux Etats-Unis, explique la direction.:
Canoe
2004
-1150
Internal restructuring: Announced the closure of the Jaguar Browns Lane plant in Coventry. The company will seek 400 voluntary redundancies. About 425 manufacturing jobs will be transferred to Castle Bromwich near Birmingham and 300 jobs created at Ford's luxury sports car maker Aston Martin at Gaydon, Warwickshire. However, 750 white-collar jobs will be lost across the Jaguar group. Joe Greenwell, Jaguar's chairman and chief executive, said the restructuring had been forced on the company by large and continuing losses.: United Kingdom
Financial Times
2004
327531
2004
-1600
Internal restructuring:
AP
2004
-650
Internal restructuring:
Canadian Press
2004
-1000
Chicago Tribune
2003
-3000
Oxfam
2003
-3050
AP
2003
-1700
Boursier.com
2002
350321
2002
-400
AP
2002
-1400
AP
2002
-200
The Guardian
2002
-35000
Edicom
2002
-1900
Le Monde
2001
-600
BBC News
2001
-5000
New York Times
2001
-1300
Daily Telegraph
2001
-200
Les Echos
2000
-27
Detroit Free Press
2000
-1350
AP
1999
-8800
1999
-3000
Reuters
1998
363892
1990
-900
Canadian Labour Congress
1989
-136
Canadian Labour Congress
1988
-180
Canadian Labour Congress
year
employees
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social impact : country
source
 52 informations, access to subscribers
year
country : consequences
source
2006United States of America : Ford Motor dumped more than 17,000 tons of waste in Ringwood and Ramapo mines and landfill NJ from 1950 to 1980. Sludge was found near the Ramapo river, a source of drinking water for 2 million people in Rockland, Bergen and Passaic counties. More than 700 current and former Ringwood residents joined in a lawsuit against the company. They seek as much as $2 billion in property damages, personal injury compensation, medical monitoring and punitive damages.Corriere Della Sera
2006United States of America AFP
2004United States of America : Ford vehicles emitted 80 million metric tons or 25 percent of the total greenhouse gas carbon dioxide in the United States in 2004.Reuters
2004United States of America : Plainte contre l'Etat de Californie pour faire abroger la loi sur les ?missions de gaz ? effet de serreSan Francisco Chronicle
year
country : consequences
source
 4 informations, access to subscribers
year
country : description
1976Argentina : Charges: Ford ?not only colluded with the military, but also profited as the junta's campaign of kidnappings and killings made targets of workers and union leaders?.New York Times

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome source
2008   139,3-14,6   billion US$Les Echos
2007   173,9-2,7   billion US$Les Echos
2006   160,12-12,61   billion US$Les Echos
2005   176,91,44   billion US$Capital
2005   1,4   billion US$Les Echos
2004   171,653,49   billion US$
2004   3,5   billion US$Les Echos
2003   164,20,5   billion US$
2002   163,42-0,98   billion US$
2002 Selon Goldman Sachs: sur?valuation de 10 milliards de $US des liquidit?s en raison des d?lais appliqu?s au paiement des frais li?s aux mesures d'incitation ? l'achat d'automobiles et aux locations longue dur?e.     Les Echos
2001   162,41-5,45   billion US$
2000   170,063,47   billion US$
2000   8,23   billion US$
1999   9,85   billion US$
1998   144,4224,28   billion US$
1997   10,94   billion US$
1996   6,79   billion US$
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 17 informations, access to subscribers
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
2001Access to foreign market (through MAI, WTO, GATS), prevent binding environmental regulations : USCIB (US Council For International Business) : : US Government translateUSCIB
2000Investment protection and market access (to Mexico and Canada through NAFTA), to Latin America (through FTAA). : Business Roundtable : : US government, senate, congress translateCenter for Responsive Politics
2000Prevent binding environmental regulations (environmental protection through economic growth, self-regulation and free trade) : WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) : : United Nations translateCorporate Europe Observatory
2000Prevent binding regulation, co- or self-regulation instead. : American Chamber of Commerce's EU Committee : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
2000market-based "solutions" to climate change: nuclear energy, pollution emission trading permit. : CEPS (The Centre for European Policy Studies) - Climate Change : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Deregulation and "maximum liberalization" through WTO, GATS : TABD (Transatlantic Business Dialogue) : : US Government / European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Market access and investment protection (through WTO, GATS), avoid social and environmental rules : ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) : : WTO, GATS translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1998Regulation favorable to company's interests : Contribution to Candidate's Political Action Committee : amount: 414 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1998Prevent the kyoto agreement on the redution of greenhouse gases emissions : Global Climate Coalition : : US government, senate, congress translateInterpress Service
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 6880 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 484 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
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? Influence in 2007
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
 11 informations, access to subscribers
? More influence from Ford Motor Co.
? Influence in 2007
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
2004EtatCanada63 million Eu?Autoactu.com
1997Rio Grande do SulBrazil470 million US$Reuters
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
 2 informations, access to subscribers
year
dubious practice : image
source
2006Mishandling of private data: Stolen computer. Names and SSNs of 70 000 current and former employees.: Privacy Rights
2002Disinformation: PR campaign with Strat@comm: public relations: SPR Watch
2002slogan: Ford. Vous emmener plus loin.;
2001ad budget: 2309 million US$; Advertising Age
2000ad budget: 2242 million US$; Advertising Age
2000slogan: We ave a passion for new ideas.;
1999slogan: Ford Puma, nerfs d'acier.;
1998slogan: On ne pense Ka ?a.;
1998slogan: Ford Cougar, r?veillez votre instinct.;
1998ad budget: 2229 million US$; Advertising Age
1998slogan: Nouvelle Ford Focus, si seulement la vie ?tait aussi bien faite.;
1997ad budget: 2020 million US$; Advertising Age
1996ad budget: 1920 million US$; Advertising Age


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