Europe woes won't derail Ford's momentum: execs
"Most of the leadership team was deeply involved in what happened in North America," Joe Hinrichs, who leads Ford's North and South American operations, said. "So we have a strong motivation to not allow that type of thing to repeat itself." Analysts, on average, project the automaker to post an annual profit of $1.34 per share in 2012, with earnings rising in 2013, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. On Monday, Ford showcased a concept version of its Lincoln MKC compact crossover designed to attract a younger buyer to the brand, whose buyers tend to be around 65 years old. The MKC targets one of the fastest-growing auto segments in both the U.S. and Chinese auto markets.
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