Tag Archives: Ford Motor Company

The Driverless Future Isn't Disrupting Industries and Jobs… Yet

car vending machine
John Stuart Mill once said that “[e]very great movement must experience three stages: Ridicule, discussion, adoption”. What matters to modern industry stakeholders isn’t how they approach each of these stages, but how actively they evaluate each “great movement” before it becomes a disruption they can’t overcome. Disruption isn’t some type of sudden event that occurs … Continue reading this entry

Ford, Baidu LOI Further Evidences Continued International Automotive Collaboration

Mobility
In June, Baidu, Inc., China’s largest search and internet-related service provider, and Ford Motor (China) Ltd. signed a Letter of Intent to expand their strategic partnership.… Continue reading this entry

Serial Market Disruption: Ford Looks to Detroit’s Railroad Past to Lead the Way in Transportation Innovation

Michigan Central Station
After weeks of speculation and rumors, the Ford Motor Company announced its purchase and plan to invest over $1 billion into the Michigan Central rail depot in Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood.  Made public 115 years to the day after Henry Ford signed the company’s articles of association, Ford plans the investment to mark a new … Continue reading this entry