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Ford's Aluminum Plan Takes Shape
- Ford begins overhaul of Michigan truck plant to produce aluminum-bodied F-150.
- Kansas City truck plant scheduled for same overhaul next year.
- Will Ford continue to have pricing power, charging for more fuel efficient technologies?
Coke Takes A Gamble Riding A Monster
- The Coca-Cola Company purchased 16.7% of energy drink behemoth Monster Beverage last week for approximately $2.15 billion.
- The deal makes Coca-Cola a bigger player in the energy market, but did it overpay?
- Is energy the answer for the struggling volumes?
Ford Goes Light But Invests Heavy In Asia
- General Motors is generating most of the press, but Ford is making headlines for all the right reasons.
- Ford's sales in China reach new highs.
- Valuations remain extremely attractive, but will it be enough to get the Company over the hump?
- Santa Delivers Cars For December
- Treasury Sells Portion Of GM Stake At Big Loss
- Ford Hangs Tough During November
- Automakers' Earnings Offer A Little More Treat Than Trick
- Ford Putting Up, Not Shutting Up
- Coca-Cola Company Earnings Preview
- Banks On Deck For Earnings Season
- Alcoa Kicks Off Earnings Season
- Trucks Pressure Ford's September Sales
- GM - Making All The Same Mistakes?
- Ford Positions Heir Apparent?
- Ford Ends The Dog Days Of Summer On A Hot Streak
- Preparing For Coca-Cola's Split
- GM Beats On Earnings, But It's Not The Time To Take The Plunge
- Ford's Sales Weak In July, Still A Strong Buy
- PepsiCo Earnings Preview
- Big Week For Tech
- Earnings Review: Union Pacific Corporation
- Philip Morris Earnings Review
- A Little Bubbly For Coke's Second Quarter
- Earnings Preview: Coca-Cola Company
- Auto Sales Heat Up Along With The Weather
- Anheuser-Busch InBev Goes South Of The Border
- Philip Morris Ups The Ante Again
- General Motors' CEO Apologizes At Shareholder Meeting
- Market Not Lovin' McDonald's Month
- Consumer Discretionary: The Next Bull Market?
- May Auto Sales: Strong But Fall Short Of Expectations
- Ford's Credit Gets Another Boost