Ford CEO Alan Mulally on the State of the Carmaker

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

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Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally speaks at the new Ford Michigan Truck Assembly Plant May 6, 2009 in Wayne, Michigan. (Getty Images/Getty)

We spoke with Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Ford Motor Company, about the state of things for Ford (the only one of the "Big Three" not to take bailout money), carmakers in general, CEOs, and the nation.

Ford Motor Company will release its fourth-quarter and full 2009 earnings on Thursday, and though the automaker lost billions in 2008, last year's earnings were positive again.

 

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Alan Mulally

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