Ford deepens European cuts, sees $3 billion in losses

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americanguy wrote:

Looks like people are learning the lesson like I did, the hard way. At 59,000 miles, my $29,000 Ford started falling apart. In two years I spent over $4,000 to keep it running. It is now in the junkyard where it belongs. I will never buy another Ford. Ford is cutting production and laying off workers? Meanwhile some other auto companies are buidling new factories, and adding workers. Ford stock has been stuck at about $10.00 a share for years, while all the other automakers’ stock has gone up. Says it all. And Ford DID get bailout money.

Oct 25, 2012 8:43am EDT  --  Report as abuse

Bankrupt Government motors stock started at $32 now $23. If you don’t maintain your vvvehicle it will fall apart regardless who makes it. Please buy a p.o.s. GM. For tax payers
to get the money back GM stock has to get ti $53. Fiat owns Chrysler . Please buy one of those too.

Oct 25, 2012 1:29pm EDT  --  Report as abuse

Bankrupt Government motors stock started at $32 now $23. If you don’t maintain your vvvehicle it will fall apart regardless who makes it. Please buy a p.o.s. GM. For tax payers
to get the money back GM stock has to get ti $53. Fiat owns Chrysler . Please buy one of those too.

Oct 25, 2012 1:31pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
kkong164 wrote:

Yeah. Those piss poor Ford managers neglected to partake of the public trough.

Oct 25, 2012 4:14pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
livelybeggar wrote:

All those assets domestically and foreign but they still can’t make good enough use out of it. Ford is finally learning how not to use plentiful resources on unnecessary expansion.

Oct 25, 2012 7:20pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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