• fb_100001137592380 avatar Yo Posted: 7/26/2010 10:19am PDT

    It would be nice to see the other manufacturers try to learn from Ford and streamline their production line and offerings. I wish I had bought some stock when it was dirt cheap.

  • kayal Posted: 7/23/2010 7:48pm PDT

    thats a good news

  • Fizz Posted: 7/23/2010 1:05pm PDT

    And people laughed at me when I bought FORD stock at a few dollars a share!
    Detroit it back! But, I will miss the Mercury.

  • Eric Berlin Posted: 7/23/2010 12:56pm PDT

    Nice to see American automakers doing well !

  • Huh? Posted: 7/23/2010 12:37pm PDT

    @Matt: URL sure looks like $2.6 billion to ME ...

  • Henry the Deuce Posted: 7/23/2010 12:36pm PDT

    They just keep on keepin' on, don't they? Now if they'd only bring back the LTD.

  • CarBoy Posted: 7/23/2010 12:30pm PDT

    i am very happy for ford. i was particularly impressed with the top line gains - cost cutting is life and needed, but at one point revenues do need to grow. my hope/prayer is that all the us automakers (ford and gm, ok i'll say chrysler can be included) assume the new normal is 11-13 million in annual car sales (~60% in non-fleet sales) and manage their costs accordingly. uaw, you have to help with this!!

  • Dim Sum Posted: 7/23/2010 12:20pm PDT

    Who's on a roll? Ford's on a roll.

  • Matt Moldvan Posted: 7/23/2010 7:06am PDT

    There seem to be confusing typos in this post:
    In the title tag it states "Ford Posts .6 Billion S...", in the URL it is listed at 1.6 billion, and in the article it states 2.6 billion. Seems to be increasing as a I read further down the page.
    Just wanted to point that out.