Resignation came after a series of costly missteps under Kalanick at the helm of the polarizing ride-hailing app.
Automaker expects the move to save it $1 billion, including $500 million from cancelling a new plant in Mexico to build the Focus.
Plant workers seek a 16% raise, while the automaker has offered about half of that.
Plants in Ohio and Kansas will be closed for up to five weeks; automaker blames slumping sedan sales.
QNX hypervisor 2.0 software allows multiple operating systems to run at the same time on one hardware platform.
Truck boasts better fuel economy, a more powerful engine, and lighter aluminum body panels.
The Louisville Assembly Plant will only take a week off instead of the normal two-week shutdown period.
Investor David Einhorn proposes splitting the stock into two classes, automaker opposes the proposal as too risky.
Fields could earn an additional $3.6 million bonus as long as he’s not hired by a competitor.
22-member panel to come up with options for addressing barriers to zero-emission vehicles.
Automaker names new head of global product development and heads of its operations in North America, Europe and Asia.
Claims the automaker put software-based features on diesel engines in nearly 104,000 trucks and Jeeps between 2014 to 2016.
Jim Hackett’s first media conference reveals a lot about the man, but little about his plans for the automaker.
Deal gives Geely access to a distribution network in Southeast Asia.
EPA claims the automaker used software that allowed diesel vehicles to emit more pollution on the road than they do in emissions tests.