The Ford Motor Company
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The paper discusses the Ford Motor Company. It describes its holdings and its competition, details its financial results for the fiscal year 2001 and suggests reasons why sales were up yet profit remained constant. The paper explains how Ford is sensitive to trends in the economy and explains its financial results in context to the general state of the economy. It presents several strategies that Ford has adopted to regain its former market position.
From the Paper:"Poor company strategies in the fiscal year 2001 gave Ford's competitors an advantage over them. For the first time in ten years Ford posted a loss. Chairman Bill Ford blames the drop in profits on difficult financial conditions. Ford had to replace faulty tires on some of their vehicles and this took a tremendous toll on profit margins."
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