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California bans sale of gas-powered cars by 2035

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:57 sec | Last month

California bans sale of gas-powered cars by 2035

"Gavin Newsom's latest executive order bans the sale of all gas powered vehicles in California by the year. 2035. K. P. K is my Blunt has an in depth report on what this means for the car manufacturers and dealerships throughout the state. Standing in front of a row of all electric cars. Newsome signed the executive order earlier today after making a case that California must lead on the issue of climate change to protecting environment for future generations were experiencing unprecedented. Weather. August, the hottest recorded a month in California history, one of the hottest recorded temperatures in the history of our planet. Newsom says. The effects of climate change have been disastrous for California, pointing to the record wildfires and heat waves the status face this year, nearly half of all electric vehicle sales in the United States or in California. Cynthia Williams, Global director of sustainability, Hamal, a Gatien and compliance at Ford Motor Company says Ford is the only major car manufacturer to stand with California on its climate goals.

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Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury

Cars That Matter

04:39 min | Last month

Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury

"Jay. You're an interesting guy because your proof that talent and innovation can cross pollinate different professional fields. But let's start at the beginning talk about cars. Where'd you start such a fun story? I. Think there is something that can benefit a lot of people because sometimes we have a mentality that we can't do something if we're not trained or degreed in a certain skill set in that regard I always had a dream of being a car designer automotive designer it started because of my own Ed Richter and his wife k they own studebaker. Rare student bakers like the Rock, any Newt Rodney the famous Nordic football coach and that particular studebaker in thirty two and thirty three head a version with a rumble seat. The back of the seat would open up and you can sit back there. Well, he owns one original condition. They still drive it to this day and I remember as a child going to their home and peaking in the garage and not only was the rock. Ni there. But hiding around the corner three cars wide a commander in another student bigger from thirty three in disheveled but yet al capone gangster looking. Need to be restored in the Shadows Bee's, and it was inspiring and he has since restored that commanders well, beautiful cars that led to a journey of understanding Raymond lowy and his influence with the star liner and and everything else that he did outside of automotive everything from the coke bottle two steamships, the example of cross industry designed capability, and how they can learn from each other. So those automobiles and being so enthralled with the shapes and forms and the mysterious nature of them. Of course, because they are stuck in a garage was always a thrill being in the big three capital. Detroit suburbs knowing some ankles at work for the car companies and my mother worked for crain communications and she was a key line artists which was related graphic design page layout for making magazines back before digital publishing back when we had use razor blades and wax I've got some razor blades stories she would come home that's the articles in the early days of graphic storytelling, pie charts, and that stuff before the Mac really did it well, for us I got to watch all that and it was all related automotive interesting thing was like billing model airplanes World War Two model airplanes. Give me a B seventeen, b twenty, nine, b twenty, four I would recommend them get another kit and build it again, sometimes melt holes in the side of the single to a bottom of. So aerospace was like the carnal thing inside waiting to come out, but it was going to be cars. So I did I ended up in the car business I used to take my mom's take from those key lining page layout days with exacto blades in Pinstripe, my nine hundred and fifty seven Chevy matchbox car, and that was six years old playing with exacto blades if you can imagine that. Better than matches I guess. But maybe not much. Those, always stayed with me. So from graphics, you can make something look different to designing a car. All of this is really about transportation design being thrilled with things that move. So that was kind of the start of it, but I couldn't afford Zion College I would have loved to have gone to CCS, I spent a couple of summer classes in graphic in other types of designs like pottery, Constanza, pottery as. A kid but it's learning POW powdery Auto Detroit on the why am I being exposed to this? But then there's incredible community college in mccomb county they're outside Detroit and they had a great drafting program. My opportunity to get into the big three was through drafting go. This is great. Fell in love with in high school, and now I can have a career doing this. So went into drafting CAD design hired. At Ford, Motor Company in Nineteen ninety-three as an intern doing cad purity aided design drafting and three D. modelling, and that's when that stuff was really just coming on board it used to be guys had to draw. So you were at the forefront of that new technology in many ways going back to the drawing real quick I think the thing that helps the most even to this day is understanding what A. French curve can do and a large spine. One of my projects at the college was to create an body car, GM car body side, and three different views, projecting the points in three different orthographic views and make the arc continuously perfectly smooth accelerated curves were necessary in all of us so that you could inevitably put that on aluminum plates that was a hard way to go but it was fun. So then. We get into Ford and they had their own homegrown computer system called the PG S and that was done on these lundy tubes that were tube TV's really with light pens and we stroke the light pens on the screen and rotate things around, and there's a little keyboard tracking our time talk about ours disappear quickly when you're building things I couldn't have thought I could of ended in a better career exam. Making something from nothing into three D. and having it show up on the road someday. So I really liked that approach to design design engineering though I hadn't had the opportunity to actual industrial designer transportation design school like you'd find in Pasadena Arts Center or

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Michigan plans dedicated road lanes for autonomous vehicles

Guy Gordon

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Michigan plans dedicated road lanes for autonomous vehicles

"An autonomous vehicle lane for autonomous vehicles. That's what's planned between downtown Detroit and Ann Arbor. Stabs and mentor Detroit Center for Mobility and Absolute Auntie. In the U of M, the roads would be set aside for self driving vehicles. It would include special lanes along I 94. Colin Castles, the head of the mobility for the state Transportation Department, he says. There's a larger goal in mind. We have innovative vehicle technologies like a V s and see if he's out on the roadways. Why are we not innovating on our our infrastructure to support those technologies? Ford Motor Company is part of this

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Gov. Whitmer to give update on COVID-19 response

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

08:38 min | 2 months ago

Gov. Whitmer to give update on COVID-19 response

"Are breaking into CBS News to bring you the Governor August 14th Thankyou for pain, attention and and tuning, and we appreciate it. I'm joined today by our lieutenant Governor Garland Gilchrist, our chief medical executive Doctor Jin, a Cal dune. Robert Gordon and director of D A change US. And Jim Hackett, the CEO of Ford. I I want want to to congratulate congratulate Jim Jim on on his his upcoming upcoming retirement. retirement. I I appreciate appreciate his his leadership leadership and and his his years years of of Dedication Dedication to to ensuring ensuring that that Michigan Michigan remains remains the the automotive capital of the world, and we're excited to be here with Ford and you'll see why shortly Michiganders have now banned fighting the covert 19 pandemic for over five months. We took one of the most aggressive approach is in the nation against this virus and because we've taken this so seriously. We're doing much better than other states states like Florida and Texas who are continuing to struggle and closed later and reopened earlier than we did, who are now seeing historic surges in cases? I'm live, reported yesterday. That despite being one of the hardest hit states early on, Our state currently ranks 40th and the seven day average of new Corona virus cases per capita And in the 40th percent testing positive on Corona virus virus diagnostic diagnostic tests. tests. These These are are wonderful wonderful pieces pieces of of information information compared compared to to what's what's happening happening across across the the country country are are average average infects infects infection infection rate for the last month was half that of Ohio and Indiana and Wisconsin. This slide shows Michigan's daily cases per 1,000,000 compared to other Midwest States. I'm live also reported that states across the country that did not take this virus seriously, are now seeing record numbers in terms of daily Corona virus cases. Hospitalizations and deaths. Georgia was the first day in the country to reopen its economy and is now averaging five times the number new cases of Corona virus in a day, five times more than the state of Michigan. And while states like Georgia and Florida and Texas reported hundreds of new deaths last week, Michigan had 43 Percent positivity rate is also far below our Midwestern neighbors. And we have continued to ramp up testing over the past few months. There's a wonderful Twitter thread by Dr Asheesh Zhaan that talks about testing and positivity rates. I think it's worth your time to look, ifyou're happened to be on Twitter. This virus demands to be taken seriously. Youth will not protect you from this virus. Political affiliation will not protect you from this virus. This virus will not go away just because we're tired of dealing with it. The on ly way we can put a stop to this pant. I make an end to this pandemic is there take it seriously, do our part to protect one another and do what we know works. My mask says I wear this for you. And it is true. When we wear masks. We were properly so it covers our nose and Mo. When we practice social distancing and when we go out to get tested when it's necessary When we do these things, we put our whole state in a stronger position. To send our kids back to school safely. Wearing a homemade mask. It's simple. And it shows your commitment to protecting yourself. Your family and your fellow Michiganders from this virus. To make it easier for those who are particularly vulnerable to Cove in 19 and who need help securing masks. Today we're announcing the My Mask Aid project. This project is a partnership, a partnership involving the state of Michigan Bheema and the Ford Motor Company, and it's a result of the hard work of the Michigan Cove in 19 task force on racial disparities. Shared by Lieutenant Governor Garland Gilchrist Way will provide for 1,000,000 free masks to people who need them most really incredible donation that Ford is working with us. To make sure that we're able to do this. One million of the face coverings from FEMA 1.5 million from Ford will go to low income schools, the city of Detroit. Federally qualified health centers, Some Colvin, 19 testing sites and too many organizations, helping to reach vulnerable populations, including minority residents, who have been affected by the public health crisis as a result of historic racism. Anyone interested in receiving a free mask? Can find a distribution location by calling the Cove in 19 hotline at 85356136 We're looking at their local community Action agency online. I want to thank Jim Hackett and Ford for their partnership. In this project. It's partnership is going to save lives wearing a mask has been proven to reduce the chance of spreading covert 19 by about 70%. According to one estimate. If 95% of Americans wore masks between now and December 1st. It would save 66,000 American lives. According to one estimate, if 95% of Americans do this. We can get our make our economy stronger and save one another's lives. That's 66,000 people who are parents or grand parents or Children, siblings, friends. It could be saved by the simple act of wearing a mask when he go to the grocery store pharmacy when you're out and about As a parent. I know the number one thing on everyone's mind is whether and how their kids are going to return to the returned to school this fall. It's a pairs across Michigan are anxiously awaiting their school district's to decide how we're going to safely educate our kids, whether it's by remote learning or implementing the strict safety measures I outlined in the my safe schools reopening In June. After rise and covert cases in July and early August. Our case numbers have begun to plant home. So we're not out of the woods and this crisis is far from over. But we appear to have stopped the incline, but we're now playing told and we want to see that become a decline. To get through this and to ensure the safety of our kids, educators and support staff this fall. Everyone's got to continue to do their part. We also need the Trump Administration and Congress to step up and provide additional support. Two states like Michigan, so we can send more resource is to our classrooms to keep our kids and our educators and all of their families safe. I want to end by thanking the thousands of Michiganders on the front lines of this crisis, while people everywhere have made tremendous sacrifices to protect their families from this virus. Those on the front lines have put their own health at risk to take care of the rest of us. Every day for the past five months. Gruelling, stressful work. You've ever listened. Tio this American life on NPR. They've highlighted some stories of people on the front line in Detroit. You might want to check it out. I was proud, but also it was an eye opener. And I hope maybe you might listen. Nurses and doctors working 18 hour shifts and giving up time with their families to keep them safe. You stood by the side of a bed where someone lost their battle with covert 19 and their family couldn't be there. Grocery store workers, especially in the beginning of this pandemic, worked around the clock to keep ourselves stocked to ensure people could buy groceries safely. Child care workers who've been instrumental in helping our frontline workers save lives every day. These air truly the real heroes of this crisis, truck drivers and mail carriers. People who mask up every day for hours on end to ensure our safety. They deserve our gratitude and respect and the best way we can show it is by masking up. So with that I want to say thank you to all of those who have just described have stayed on the front lines. I want to encourage everyone in our state to keep doing our part to stay smart and to mask up. And with

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Ford's Jim Hackett is out as CEO, to be succeeded by Jim Farley as restructuring plan fails to reignite stock

NPR News Now

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Ford's Jim Hackett is out as CEO, to be succeeded by Jim Farley as restructuring plan fails to reignite stock

"Hackett. Will retire on October first after leaving Ford. Motor Company for Three Years Currency Oh Jim. Farley. Will take over in the middle of global restructuring effort. He'll also inherited a company that has so far failed to meaningfully boost its stock price which has remained below competitors. For years. Farley says for its competitors are no longer traditional pierce like General Motors they're often newcomers to the automotive. Renew. Our competition today dams on. By do have flow apple for Yoda and others. well-financed. Company fairly will also face the challenge of reviving sales in China the world's largest car

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Ford Names Jim Farley New CEO, Succeeding Jim Hackett

Frank Beckmann

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Ford Names Jim Farley New CEO, Succeeding Jim Hackett

"Ford Motor Company CEO Jim Hackett stepping down retiring after three years at the helm of the automaker. The 58 year old Jim Farley has been tapped to take over the reins, a news release says. The 65 year old Hackett, who went to Ford after retiring as the CEO of steel case in Grand Rapids, elected to retire from the company Farley will take over October 1st.

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Ford reveals the redesign of its biggest moneymaker, the F-150 pickup

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:59 min | 4 months ago

Ford reveals the redesign of its biggest moneymaker, the F-150 pickup

"For nearly forty years the Ford F. series pickup has been America's best selling vehicle not just trucks all vehicles now the ever popular F. one fifty is about to undergo a major redesign Keith Norton tracking the story for Bloomberg and he's on the KRLD news line from Detroit Keith what are you hearing from Ford Motor Company yes Ford is completely redesigning the F. one fifty which is its top seller and and the the biggest biggest changes changes are are really really in in the the interior interior the the exterior exterior looks looks pretty pretty similar similar to to what what we've we've had had for for the the last last five five years years but but on on the the inside inside things things are are very very different different because because the the big big twelve twelve inch inch touch touch screen screen in in the the middle middle of of the the dashboard dashboard which which is is put put support support on on equal equal footing footing with with the the ram ram that that has has gotten gotten a a lot lot of of sales to having a high tech interior they also put in these seats that fold all the way back like you're on a in a first class airline seats so you can sleep in your house one fifty that when you're driving obviously but apparently owners told them that they like to take power naps and wanted seats to accommodate that they've also put in a workspace in the center console the the shifter actually folds away at this laptop desk essentially in the center of the truck where you complete your laptop to your lunch or whatever and they have added a lot of driver assist features there's even a hands free driving future after debuting the electric Mustang marquis and the F. one fifty that'll be coming in twenty twenty one but you'll be able to go down the road without your hands on the steering wheel as long as you keep your eyes on the road so there are a number of features like this that that really takes the F. one fifty to the next level and into the new century N. Keith Ford has had some financial issues of late certainly the pandemic hasn't helped how crucial is it that they get it right with this redesigned pickup the F. one fifty is the franchise player for Ford so it's absolutely crucial that they keep this money maker willing they are going to lose five billion dollars this quarter because of the coronavirus should shut downs they had all of their factories for two months and they were already struggling financially before that they had a very botched launch last year of a redesigned version of its explorer sport utility vehicle so they're really trying to get back on their footing and there's nothing that can help the more than the F. series pickup they sell almost nine hundred thousand of these things each year it represents forty two billion in annual revenue from Jess that product so this is how Ford makes most of its money they've got to get this

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Ford decides not to unveil the new Bronco SUVs on O.J. Simpson's birthday

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Ford decides not to unveil the new Bronco SUVs on O.J. Simpson's birthday

"Ford Motor Company has decided that maybe it's not a better idea to reveal the new Bronco I know J. Simpson's birthday W. W. J. out of it reporter Jeff Gilbert with this story the reborn Bronco will now be revealed on July thirteenth fortis said they didn't know July ninth was OJ Simpson's birthday when they chose the date university of Detroit mercy marketing professor Michael Bernacchi says Mr shows how big companies have to carefully plan everything they do you're going to be very careful about everything there's too many things happening yes absolutely there's no doubt about that yeah Ford says it decided to move the Bronco reveal date to be sensitive and

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All three Detroit automakers had workers test positive for COVID-19 since plants reopened

Hugh Hewitt

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

All three Detroit automakers had workers test positive for COVID-19 since plants reopened

"The assembly lines at fiat Chrysler's plants into local Mexico are running again the automaker says it is re opened the assembly and stamping plants that make the jeep compass Dodge journey and fiat Freemont Ford motor is Kansas city assembly plant in Missouri is being deep cleaned after one of its employees was confirmed to have coded nineteen United auto workers union says the test temporarily shut

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While Trump speaks out against lockdowns, a majority of voters are in favor of them

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

While Trump speaks out against lockdowns, a majority of voters are in favor of them

"The president made the remarks while torrent of Ford Motor Company facility in Michigan making ventilators permanent lockdown is not a strategy for a healthy state for a healthy country but never ending lockdown would invite a public health allow me but while president trump is eager to get business is running again many voters are not a new fox news poll shows fifty five percent of registered voters say they'd rather wait to reopen even if it hurts the economy thirty four percent say they want to open now even if the pandemic

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Trump declines to publicly wear mask during Michigan plant tour as he pushes for churches to reopen

Morning Edition

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Trump declines to publicly wear mask during Michigan plant tour as he pushes for churches to reopen

"President trump says the centers for disease control and prevention will soon release guidance on how churches may reopen trump spoke during a visit Thursday to a Ford Motor Company plant in Michigan it has been repurposed and is now making ventilators while taking a public tour trump did not wear a mask he says he didn't wear one behind the scenes I was given a choice that

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"ford motor" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"ford motor" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"Finished a big week of retail earnings summer thriving some are just surviving and some are no longer alive. Ing Sounds like a sixty song. Earning season has themes most of the weeks. Earning Sue's you've got car. Companies reporting earnings got banks and other week then cannabis this week and then tech that week. The theme for this past week of earnings reports. Do you have aisles in men's waiting for you at the register? Tempting you for those cats if you do ding ding being congratulations use. One you get to report earnings this week as a big box retailer store so our question as we read these retail earnings reports how are brick and mortars companies handling the corona economy? Answer not nearly as black and white situations you thought. In this corona economy there is a wide spectrum of various shades of gray. You'RE GONNA have to readjust what you thought about. The Retail Pakalitha department stores and clothing retailers. They were hit the hardest. They're barely survived. They're barely survive. Victoria's secret is going to close two hundred and fifty. North American stores and sales plummeted. Thirty seven percent macy's sales dropped forty five percent and TJ maxx sales dropped fifty two percent and they're lucky because they're buddies are no longer survive here one Neiman Marcus J. crew and JC Penney. They've all declared bankruptcy. All non-essential all closed most March April. Which brings us to the other side of the spectrum thriving you have Walmart. Lowe's Costco and Amazon. They're loving the lack of competition from the non essential being close. We've talked about those guys already. So let's get to the middle where you get some surprising exception. This is the juicy stuff. This was fascinating. Best buy there in that. Light Grey areas sales fell only six percent last quarter and they still turned a profit despite having all of their stores. Shutdown bigger TV is a central in the economy and best buys. Online curbside. Game is strong to quite strong. Any fourteen day quarantine should come included with surround sound speakers and while you're staring at scream as well being some a Lulu Lemon who stores shut to and despite their stores being shot they got lucky. That people are looking for work. Leisurewear pajamas that they can also use on zoo and it turns out. Lulu sales already thirty percent online before this whole thing even happened so it was kind of lucky that they were ready for this moment. So Jack what's the takeaway from this broad spectrum of retail in the Quran economy where you tell fortunes right now? Come down to six questions snacker. Jack and I whipped up a six question checklist. Here that every retailer was effected has answered differently. If you answered Yes to one of these next six questions your survivor. If you didn't you're no longer live you are no longer live or question one. Do you carry groceries question to do you sell. Tv's or lumber for home improvement question three. Have you invested in curbside pickup? Course you for. Are you fluent in commerce and or delivery question five? Are you wearing the cloak of essentiality question? Six Zinger is your company called Zoom. Jack and I had a blast. That question six seven question did he. Just get lucky he always gotTa have a bonus question otherwise. It's not really good fun question thing if you answered. Yes to one of those your survive in if he answered no longer live and all them. You're probably Amazon or Walmart Jack. Kenya whip up the takeaways force before the long weekend. Ford Motor Company had three Code Kovic in. Just its first. Three days of reopening reopening needs an asterisk as long as we still have an epidemic make. Space is like Uber. But for your extra stuff. Except it's now guber when makes base make space on its payroll for full-time Nine? Geic workers third and final retail company's fortunes. Come down to some important question. Groceries essentiality delivery commerce. We got six questions questionnaire. We should probably just use that questionnaire new before we hit the snack of the day. Can I warm up please? Bop BOP BOP BOP BOP BOP BOP. That's the signal of a snack fact from Human Kylie Hof. The Big House is North. America's largest stadium at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor Michigan. Honestly what kind of stuff is this thing eating? Because the stadium grows like every year in not twenty-seven it had seventy two thousand seats which when adjusted for inflation is even bigger today. It's like one hundred seven thousand six hundred one seats now. The record was a two thousand thirteen matchup against Notre Dame when they squeezed hundred and fifteen thousand butts into study. Or you see. Fourteen Day fifteen mic actually visited me is at Grad School. We watched Michigan Indiana in the snow and Knicks still has the frostbite to show for pro. Tip don't go to Detroit in November wear sandals by the way since nineteen seventy five. They have a streak of every game with one hundred thousand fans or more talking hockey stick growth over here and by the way. Happy Birthday to Kylie's Dad Matt who was actually a bigger snacker than Kylie's four years old today for that. We're talking the family that snacks together. Well the family smackers have teaboy of Memorial Day weekend and asked him H. Y. H. Y. Has Yelled from six feet away. Have you had your daily reminder? We'll be back on Tuesday. I can't wait if you know.

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"ford motor" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

08:29 min | 5 months ago

"ford motor" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"This is nick this is Jack and this is snacks. Daily it is Friday may twenty second. Nick feel that it feels like a three day weekend. It's beautiful thing. What are you doing by the way absolutely not smackers at snack daily? We take off federal holidays when the markets are closed. So we'll see you again on Tuesday. In the meantime we decided to send you off with our best episode. We'd ever done. This is the best one yet. Classic teaboy he'd be. Oh them to Ford Motor Company. The factory reopened. Actually it's closed. We reopened again which is closed it again. Step up to the scale Jimmy. Get off. Scale Jimmy Ford's reopening an abrupt closures of their factories are the reality of the back to business in the corona economy for our second story. A latest Silicon Valley. Darling is storage unit. Snake space just raised fifty five million dollars to make a four by ten storage unit a sexy Silicon Valley business. It's all about delivery and pickup of your extra staff. Third Store Jack. We've got enough earnings reports to reach a verdict on how retail companies are doing in the Koran economy and or open up. The letter and the winner is aggressively mixed. We're looking the thrives. Yep Survivors and no longer alive and the seven question tests that Jack and I decided determines your krone economy fate before we get to those teaboy stories knackers. We got to warn you about Zombie Account. Feels like we should have done this at the beginning of the PODCAST. But we're going to warn you now. Yeah I think those two minutes neck. Anybody Got Zombie killed. It's a noun. It's Zombie counts. When you're subscribe to a service and then you've got your subscribe to that service kind of subscription. Amnesia Ifo's a PhD. That's what I would call it by the gym memberships. Yes arrive on Zombie Accounts. You've been paying one eighty nine a month at Equinox. You haven't gone to equinoxes since two thousand fourteen. You walk in the door. 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P. C. For OUR FIRST STORY. Ford Motor Company has had get this three emergency plant closures. In the past week. And it shows the essential problem of reopening walkover. Thousand nine is still here. All right. See Guy your fire alarm. You're lightning alarm and that annoying buzzer. That goes off when he accidentally walkout J. crew with pain Khakis with a thing attached to has a ninety percent false positive rate. By the way what do you mean? What's he doing? With the Khakis well daggers. We need a Cova nineteen alarm. Because it's been going off in Detroit. It's been going off hard Ford. Gm Chrysler. They all reopen their plants on Monday. Let's just say it's not going well so far this week for four it is not on Tuesday the plant manager in Chicago learn to workers tested positive always trying to put the carburetors on the chassis and the next day the same thing happened at Ford's Dearborn Michigan Plant which is producing their profit puppies. The Ford F one fifty we're trying to do is throw a monkey wrench on f one fifty over here and we got shut down the place in two days. Ford had three covid emergencies with infected workers in the plant and get this every time. One of those things happened. All the workers had to go home immediately. A SAP literally get text messages from four. That's eight if you're here. Please go home immediately if you're not here yet don't come back until further notice. Oh and by the way once you get home you then get a call saying you've been really kind of close to this person you're going to take a fourteen day self quarantine before he come back to war and then. Ford brings in the big sponges and cleans this whole thing like crazy. Fool disinfection of the entire plant with a fire hose. I was trying to convince Jack that there's such a thing is a hose pump. There's gotTa be a hose. Pop sounds like a bigger version of a fire hose. So then in all three of these instances Ford reopened to the plants after they had deep cleaned this thing and it's happened three times in just the First Week of Reopen Aka. Get on the scale. Get OFF THE SCALE. The scale and now. Here's the thing about this knacker's Jaguar looking at the situation happened. Once happened twice happened. Three times that makes a Hattrick doesn't feel sustainable. That's why we're asking for spiritual guidance. Here what would lear do? Preach Jack Lear. Is the car seat company that published an eighty page program on how factories can safely get back to work comfy car seats? But let's be honest. This is what's been getting them in the news for more than ever in the past three decades. They've been mentioned on this. Podcast like four times. The only times full disclosure we don't own shares of Lira. That's possible page seventeen of lear. Corpse covid nineteen factory reopening Bible. If active employees is tested positive. This triggers code cove. It went in employees test positive. Lear suggests deep cleaning and disinfection protocol. That's exactly what Ford did or you can shut down the plant for seventy two hours and just the germs die. Okay so those are the only two options if someone gets. It's happened three times at four. Seems this new? Normal is incredibly inefficient operations with frequent emergency shutdowns. Ironically Ford has been incredibly efficient about handling these inefficient situations. Henry Ford is turning over in his model. So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies over at Ford reopening isn't really reopening as long as we still have a covid nineteen epidemic. Which we still do smackers. We're GONNA have to readjust our expectations. Of what the word reopening means Ford said this week. The safety of our workforce is our top priority. And we believe them. They're making everyone where mass washing their hands their keeping the distances even the Ford fiestas. We're getting like like some kind of an antibody bath. Probably I would love an antibody bath. Don't know if that's a real thing before you can come into the factory. They're making workers voluntarily. Fill out a survey that they don't have a dry cough and they're taking their temperature to make sure they don't have a fever kind of feels like homeland security wants to get back to JFK after doing like a triple part trip but unless you can be one hundred percent certain that no workers and no customers have covid nineteen then more infections are bound to happen and it's not going to happen at Ford factories. Picture Disneyworld somebody tests positive. After Splash Mountain. They're shutting the whole park down adventure. Land Magic Kingdom Epcot all getting shut. Even if you're next in line for Splash mountain text that says somebody got infected. You'RE GONNA leave. Here's what reopening means now. Open Up New Cobra infections. Code Cova shutdown reopen. That's how real bidding looks as long as Covid nineteen is still here snappers. You're going to hear some barking from Samson a giant Schnauzer from Jacksonville Beach Florida. He's a great snacker profit puppy and it means you're halfway through your snacks challenge. Snacker who barked together for our second story make.

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Pandemic politics: Maskless Trump tours Michigan Ford plant

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Pandemic politics: Maskless Trump tours Michigan Ford plant

"Pandemic politics shadowed president trump yesterday on a visit to Michigan where he's feuding with state leaders over federal aid mail in ballots and face masks the president was at a Ford motor plant to re purpose to make ventilators a visit designed to thank workers you're building a great medical arsenal to defeat the virus but the focus was less on what they're building and more on what he was not wearing a mask Ford requires everyone in its plans to wear masks and Michigan law requires that in indoor facilities while reporters watch the president toward the factory he was Maskell is but said he'd worn one earlier when no cameras were around I didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it he's refused to wear a mask in public telling aides it makes him look weak but his own health officials say all American should wear them to help slow the virus's spread Sager made Ghani Washington

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Trump Briefly Wears Face Mask At Ford Motor Plant

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:09 sec | 5 months ago

Trump Briefly Wears Face Mask At Ford Motor Plant

"Update he wore it yes president trump wore a face mask albeit briefly the Michigan Ford motor plant making ventilators on Thursday I was given I was

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Trump delivers remarks at Ford plant in Michigan

Sean Hannity

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Trump delivers remarks at Ford plant in Michigan

"President trump visiting a Ford motor plant in Michigan today that had switched to manufacturing ventilators during the corona virus pandemic they do they really did a great as it was the only person not wearing a face mask even after Michigan's Attorney General made a request to the White House that he wear one you'll be hearing a lot about that governor Gretchen Whitmer means that while asking the president for emergency aid after several dam failures caused devastating flooding in mid

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Ford briefly stops lines at Chicago plant after 2 workers test positive

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Ford briefly stops lines at Chicago plant after 2 workers test positive

"Ford Motor Company stop is simply lines of planes in Chicago in Michigan yesterday the automakers sent Chicago assembly plant workers home for a second day in a row after a Leer factory in Indiana idled its assembly lines also Wednesday for temporarily closed a pick up truck plant in Dearborn after a worker at the plant tested positive for corona

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US automakers return to work

All Things Considered

02:58 min | 6 months ago

US automakers return to work

"The U. S. auto industry is now restarting its collective engine after being idled for weeks by the corona virus the first wave of plants re opened today and these plants look a little different than before as NPR's Camila domonoske reports a couple of weeks ago market give me gifts and went on a video tour of Detroit diesel a plant that makes truck engines when it's not shut down for a global pandemic I thought we had them on show you guys what they're going out on Madsen's lawyer Barry Gibson is a shop chairman at the plant he was showing his union members the new safety protocols being put in place to prepare for re opening like plastic sheeting yeah I met the person stopper you see I got a curtain up there now because there's usually two people in on the side of the block he pointed out health check stations and sanitizer bottles and tapped on a large clear shield there is a big the truth that we all got together for well the separate obviously any you know Mister articles from the model of your nose before coronavirus none of this was here now it's the new reality Gibson says several auto plants in the south like kia and BMW started back up today Michigan is still under a stay at home order so Detroit diesel remains closed but it has to get ready these plants were designed for people to be able to stay six feet apart Ralph Morris junior is the president of the local union right now there's a lot of high anxiety driving you've read about the other meat processing plants and in a factory setting unless the you know the the precautionary measures are taken you know I could spread through the whole whole facility questions about how to re open in a way that see for workers have caused many companies to push back their plans to resume operations America's big three for General Motors and fiat Chrysler haven't confirmed a start date yet their workers are represented by the United auto workers union which has called for more testing because people without symptoms can spread the disease Houston Robinson as chief human resources officer for Ford Motor Company on a call with reporters last week she addressed the issue I think that the bottom line is based on all the information we have access to we will not have a reliable and scalable testing solution to several weeks and it may even be month Sir now Ford says it will send employees who feel sick to be tested for covert nineteen but the company can't offer its own tests to all employees yet there's intense pressure on companies to figure this out and soon the plant closures are costing the industry billions of dollars hundreds of thousands of workers are affected and customers are already starting to buy cars again Sean Suggs is the president of the Toyota plant in blue springs Mississippi where they build corollas he says the plant re opening will be gradual we're not going to just flip a switch and everything's going to be back to normal there is no going back to the normal way we simply cannot operate the way we operated before covert nineteen the blue

Trump's social distancing guidelines quietly expire as the administration shifts focus to reopening

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

04:38 min | 6 months ago

Trump's social distancing guidelines quietly expire as the administration shifts focus to reopening

"Vice president Mike pence heads to the White House coronavirus task force and I spoke to him after he toured in Indiana GM plant that is now manufacturing ventilators the vice president says America has come a long way I just couldn't be more inspired by the work force here by the ingenuity you think one month ago this was an empty factory seventeen days they they start up a ventilator manufacturing line thanks to that great Meriel companies in tech and General Motors they worked out with our administration president trump use that defense production act to secure supplies to be able to produce lifted up the plans seventeen days three days later their producer personality and in one month six hundred ventilators are in hospitals and healthcare facilities around the country and these people said it well one team one mission one month but one amazing group of Americans but they're not alone I was it G. healthcare a week ago in Wisconsin and the same speed and collaboration producing ventilators Ford Motor Company is also working you see the the whole of America response of president trump has marshaled in connection with a corona virus epidemic and you come and see it here at the ground level was hard working Americans it's I couldn't be more proud this is a very pivotal day in the sense that guidelines are expiring that you were promoting pretty much every day inside the White House press briefing room you were governor and having that experience what type of advice would you give to the nation's governors in terms of opening up their economies right now well let me say that no one wants to open up America again more than president Donald Trump administration's working very closely with states around the country to to implement the guidelines for opening of America we issued the rough better part of two weeks ago thirty one states as we speak today has unveiled plans to re open their economies we believe the more will follow soon but the reason why we're in that position is because forty five days ago at the president's direction R. coronavirus task force works with our best scientists to release guidelines to slow the spread and the American people put it into practice and when you look at other guidance that we're giving states to re open and in three different phases this economy you'll see all of those social distancing recommendations focus on a vulnerable population personal hygiene best business practices they're all incorporated in that plan as well courage to see states around the country not only beginning to move toward re opening but but re opening in a safe and responsible way give me a sense Mr vice president about whether you believe us states all around the country are prepared as far as testing kits are concerned testing for coronavirus well we we have been scaling testing at a level no other country in the world is done since the outset of the corona virus epidemic it truly is remarkable to think that we're more than six million test warm all across the country when better part of a month ago we had judge just a little bit more than eighty thousand test it's because the president brought together like you saw here in Indiana today private industry commercial laboratories who developed a new testing platforms and and and created the kind of collaboration that's made it possible for us to expand testing rapidly now we we believe today every state in America has the capacity to do the testing that we recommend needs to be done for phase one re opening of the we're literally working around the clock with governors in all fifty states and our territories to continue to expand testing so that as we continue to re open it as businesses begin to implement their own policies that that will have it will have a sufficient amount of testing but we we're literally on track to be doing more than two million tests a week in the month of may and that's a great tribute to American ingenuity and leadership president Donald

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Ford issues $8 billion debt securities after virus causes $2 billion loss

WDTK Programming

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Ford issues $8 billion debt securities after virus causes $2 billion loss

"Now with the current virus pandemic having taken a toll on both sales and production Ford motor said an amended filing today that it expects to report a first quarter net loss of two billion dollars the automaker also noted that it had filed for a debt offering though it didn't disclose the amount the company though believes it has enough cash to get through at least the end of the

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"ford motor" Discussed on The Voice Tech Podcast

The Voice Tech Podcast

13:30 min | 10 months ago

"ford motor" Discussed on The Voice Tech Podcast

"Okay so let's talk about personality as well because you mentioned the BMW pessimist but I'm sure all manufacturers have that in mind and looking to imbue the brand values in in the personality of the voice system they using so can you tell us about why personality is important for manufacturers. What benefit has to the user as well so it goes back to the same thing? I'm talking about emotionally engaged. Assistant My book right so the idea started exactly. You know because of the gaps I've seen so so definitely personalities where important so when we talk about personality what exactly is the personality of the digital assistant you know the way it speaks the tone of voice on of these things that are different traits which has to be today was launched even before Alexa. But what was the turning point that Alex became more successful and was used more than city. There was something missing right and the biggest part I would say is you know the personality and portraying the personality Novi for example. Every time I am part of this facebook facebook group where people this is Alex facebook rope and people talk about Alexander the address interacting the. She's funny. She's Sassy she's blonde. You know they they keep talking about all of these great things about Alexander. Some people just want to do fun with Lord and things like that. So what does that tell us. It feels like people get somewhere someway connected to the assistant. They anthropomorphized them. Basically just running most of the humans even exactly exactly so any bod- whether it is Chad bottle Roy spot. You know the moment you start talking with their than it's interacting back with you. There is some kind of connection. Use those start making with it if you don't brand it or if you don't have a personality then people will start giving it to personality city from the big name. I have heard has lot of drawbacks and people have given hold on. Let me see okay so you want to get ahead of it and put the personality although now's a double edged sword right because if you do with it's something that's really linked really associated strongly associate with your brand and then it doesn't perform that could have a really negative impact on your brand in general exactly so that's what he good point which you have brought up so yes and that is waiting on the pushes like it's not just the personality and all the book I'm talking about like my book focuses on exactly the same kind of fines like it's not just the personality you know you have to stick Rubio personality and brand individuality so now when you talk about personality also helps you to create a standard vocabulary around you. Know How will you talk. What would be a different conversational styles and different things? The model if the industry like automotive industry wants Duino move away audio expand to Omni channel experience but chat bars or some other channels. Then you know the personality can help carry forward the same experience respectable of the channel the operating with I say so you try and transfer the same personality into a text based interface or something else. So that's one and now the second big opportunity I see you know having a personalities see when you are emotionally connected with the assistant in a way you know like it understands you it speaks with you and then you are engaged on you know you feel great about the personality you will have as a user high trust in that brand and then you will have high propensity to spend to take action based on the recommendations that make sense we take action based on the advice we get from trusted advisors Friends and family and the car will will become one of those. I guess you see every day. You're in it. You feel comfortable around it. I'm you can relate to it. Perhaps defer the voices system personality is is similar to you in some way perhaps there. I'm not just celebrity voices and that's the thing at the moment I see Alexis literally. Just release the Samuel Jackson celebrity voice. You can purchase for a dollar but I can imagine it'd be more powerful if you could release local regional accents. If you lived lived in the north of Britain. I Dunno they're the South American south or something. If the assistant spoke in that way then it would be immediately more relatable and then obviously people report titled Quicker if Italy and within brands like ours which is global and we know we have different marketplaces. Of course the same brand or personality will not work in all the regions. Like you mentioned thinking about those things will help. Keep our foot strangled in these locations as will because in this picking a fast Amazon. Google launched in India in fact they have launched with the Hindi as one of the languages which means Lega. Nord's picking up fast speaking up but in fact. Google is also experimenting with You know the regional languages India has led to many regional languages so the thing when different languages as well hill and seeing how can make the assistant more personable. Br exciting enough the outward expression of emotion personality for the voice as the tone of the voice is the pacing etc.. And there's also the other side of things which is the recognition of the emotion of the driver and the passengers in order for it to be able to react to develop some kind of re Pau. Aw what kinds of systems have you seen being worked on at the moment that use the senses in the car to monitor the emotional state of the occupants and what kind of senses up being employed so camera is big opportunity. You know cameras with the sentiment analysis kind of two sergeant own analysis kind of tool when you know based based on the user's stolen on based on the sentiment on the user on the body language or things bad in combination can understand. The user is restricted excited. And things like that Daniel. The assistant can evolve based on those learnings say so as long as interior facing cameras looking at the face. smartphones listening to the voice. There any others is the Is the temperature. How does it go at this point? I think you know just the cameras and the speakers and microphone. Phone should be good enough to start with you know doing something I mean. I'm totally against it. We should do it to the extent way there's a balance in only having too many sense goes against archduke conflict with other things and just being able you know the wise in the car and you know making it great if we are you know trickling down with others. Sensors in the car becomes problematic. So there's a balance which we have to strike in this case services Bouchard important. The analytics capability has to be strong strong enough. which in don with the sensors and other capabilities in the cod can help us now? There are other technologies being experimented gays recognition technology analogy. You know like you just gazed through an insult. You know tapping on something you just look at this one and it will know what but again you know how much on the technology this is. Something we have the low catch like increase the user. Expedience all you know lake will break it so we need to look at those things which are pretty new on see how to what extent it understands on looks through you know knows wait. I'm seeing and things like that. Goes back to the reliability issue that we talked about before. Yeah as we were saying that I was thinking of the kinds of things that really the senses might want to be monitoring the level of comfort discomfort. I mean like you said. It's all about convenience and and comfort in a car and anything any sensor any kind of allergy that can monitor how comfortable the driver is in the passes whether they're getting hot. Perhaps its body temperature. Were there fidgeting geting because maybe they're uncomfortable maybe they're dozing off. Because they feel sleepy or these things I can save in favor of useful in of course voice can can help with a lot of those as well and I'm but like I say it's all about using a ray of senses but using the minimum possible. So that you don't get conflicting information and it doesn't get too doesn't get too complicated information. The Ludin for this does not work also harm. Do understand you know like those are not the only ones those in the cars that are more sensors in the car like for example. You know you have a seatbelts. You have for safety you have our interests and all of these different things did not do many communications happening between these. And we don't want any kind of falls inflammation inflammation which Kenyan drake the expedience for. Sure for sure. What about an augmented reality is a thing of? The moment was not really far off and is being considered in the industrial lot not with the speech recognition technology at the moment. What I have seen as you know a are being used to augment the cluster? So you don't how have you know like the fester anymore. But everything is being augmented into your dash your speedier gas levels and everything is he. The cluster ebbing all the buttons in the Central Console. Zoe main the center console is called the center stack. I'm talking about those screen which is right in front of you dashboard. Yeah You could lackluster. So what's the one you know close to your string right the one behind the steering wheel. So what's the innovation then. What's changing at the moment? Thanks to a lot of companies have started looking at a are so the removing the entire stock from there. So you don't have any. HMO Is all you don't have any kind of you know screens jeans indicating that instead the is being used where you know everything is augmented on your windshield. Say getting rid of the whole dashboard and the house ended the need to see on the windscreen. Those kind of You know I've seen quite a few demos I don't know to what extent are these kind of things have been lean production I know not of. Oem's are trying these things out but air is being used for those kinds of things. More than speech at the moment. And I think Aaron speech together together which was my first experiment over the Akhavan but yeah a-a-and speech together has a long way to go. There's a lot of in all interactions and integrations which needs to happen and there are no valid use cases. At the moment you know which really helps for the automotive industry assume assume it would require the driver. Whoever needs to use the to wear sunglasses or headset? Some kind APP show props it can be projected onto the windscreen bob coming yeah it can be checked to what extent like go. You are driving. How much information do you want? I WANNA recently driving car. which had the you know in the windshield and initially? I was a little intimidated later. I got very comfortable but the minute experience was like Oh my God you know all of these things will drive Steve. I see too much information in front of me so literally got comfortable and I was like. Oh Wow this is great but then you know if you are talking about you know replacing the entire ordure authentic and having too much information there dots again too much processing for the user. Well yeah and it needs to. What flawlessly right? There's no buttons to press and there's no dashboard than you're you're lying on that one thing. So the transition period Islam must be a bit of a design nightmare to have both of those in operation at the same time or at least available must be very difficult. Oh and when you decide to cut over to full system you have to be really confident that it's going to work. In all cases another one was talking about the complexity of cars. This is a new one for me. I had no idea early but something you told me about full. The show was telling operation remote remote. Control cars your car being remotely controlled by Aroma operator. Can you tell us about that. And what situations would you want that. So those kinds of things will really come into play when you have no driver in the car are you. You know like we have some level of control at the moment even without cars. Cruise control is your such expedients but the woman who talk about autonomous. You know until we have all of the sensors have all of the technologies and capabilities to the extent. We'd be uncomfortable drive itself. There will be some remote you know interactions as spoil my understanding so this is a case where you get into trouble. Is it like you. Don't want to the autonomous car. The car doesn't know what to do and then a drive at a remote operator takes over actually drives the car with that just that to provide the documents with assistance so funny example striving itself. And how could I was just reading a newsletter IOS while waiting for the doctor and it was Back this La got a ticket because it did not stop when the COP is due bill and it was driving on his own and it was a self driving car with no occupant is. Because I know they've got the the parking assistance now where you can summon it was it was. It was not scenario the parking assistant kind of scenario someone in the car and the car is it's driving itself and now you know and emergency medical needs to pass and you have to pull over. The COP has asked you to stop over and then you know you have to do that. The user had no clue what to do that has to be some communication back and forth weighed in Assam. Remote Interaction needs to happen whether we can be pulled over when safe absolutely really. I've never really considered that situation. But as a bit of a nightmare you can imagine this happening quite a lot because especially in the early days. These autonomous cars and not going to be able to handle all the crazy scenarios that they're going to encounter on a on a real road so these operators are really going to have to pay attention and be available a drop of a hat. Yeah I see that well. At least it's reassuring for the drivers tonight or that is debatable. But they're still going to be situations where there might operate is not contactable and not situation what you need to do..

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"ford motor" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"ford motor" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Coming to Austin Ford Motor Company announced today a fleet of autonomous vehicles will be deployed in east Austin in downtown is the auto maker tests its technology every car will have a safety driver the tests are expected to begin by mid November expect delays tonight tomorrow night thirty five in north Austin Texas our crews will set concrete bridge box means for the new north to south bend turnaround bridge tonight southbound lanes will be closed from nine PM to five AM tomorrow north bellies closed at the same time your tail B. J. radar weather was clear warm overnight lows seventy three get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com. George Noory call the one eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to all three from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use named George nine seven three one three.

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"ford motor" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"ford motor" Discussed on Car Talk

"And welcome to the car, talk from National Public Radio with us click and collect the tampered in we're broadcasting this week, the department of rationale rationing here, a car talk plaza, now this is an interesting announcement. This is from Ford Motor Company. This, this is brilliant. His what Ford Motor Company publicly announced, and I'll paraphrase because I don't really remember the exact words, but it was pretty much this. They said, we know that SUV's are really bad. We know that they pollute the atmosphere. We know they kill people in other 'cause they killed people in the SUV's themselves. We know all that it's a horrible thing paraphrasing. You're actually inventing him. Any of those words, I'm in all of a sudden, the gist of yours in my opinion. That just was that terrible things. They get ten miles to the gallon. They pollute. They're awful. Yeah. Basically, that's what they said. That's what they said. Then get this, this is. I don't get it. This is Brigham. We know all this is true, but his the interesting, but we are making so much money selling these things that we just can't we can't stop and their argument was we build them. Somebody else is going to build them. Anyway, they'll make all the money, and we wanna make all the money. So we admit that we shouldn't be doing this. But we got it. We can't we can't stop. Because we're making so much as making too much dole and it so maybe a begging for some kind of governmental intervention to stop everyone from me. That's what the crying and how I know, please stop me. It's like an addict. Right. It's the money money addicts and money addicts. But do they have a long term goal? A long term goal is we're gonna make it better. Well, we found that the someone inspiring and in the spirit of corporate responsibility. We at car talk, plaza would also like to issue a statement. Yeah. We wrote we spend a lot of time writing. This. So should I read read wonderfully? No. You go right ahead car. Talk acknowledges that giving out stupid and misleading answers to people's car. Questions is reckless dangerous waste of the public Airways, we further acknowledged that laughing at each other's jokes, and gassing on about electric breaks and other nonsense for as much as two thirds of, of an hour long show every week is responsible detrimental to the mental health of the nation and can lead to him wrote a flare ups and other unpleasant. Physical reactions by listeners. We cannot however star, this is the button. But..

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"ford motor" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ford motor" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"I didn't. That's why I'm going to find the road associate made so many stupid mistakes my own company, and I share with people and they go that's a dog. That's dumb. But he learnt from it. It's easy. It's better to learn from a mentor that mistakes where it is. But did that mentors? Probably made the mistakes, some suppleant somehow somewhere is making a mistake and learning from it. Hopefully, they'll writing from it, you know, now we come back. We're gonna talk about principle. Number two. We're gonna take a sixty second stretch break Shrek ourselves emotionally and mentally prepared. And then we're hoping the fun story when we come back. Okay. And because of the magic of editing we're going to interview Devon Kline a founder of burn boot camp. Oh, new we're gonna come back within two it's burn baby. Burn. And we'll be right back. Z? It's it's almost as if we didn't leave will worse still here. Okay. So now, we're talking more about Bill Campbell. Now Z talked to me about why business principles that work are always counterintuitive. Why do you think the principles that always work are always the opposite of what people do by default because Forbes tells us that nine hundred ten businesses startups at open up their doors fail? So if people are doing what they should be doing and they're failing, right? That means that they should be doing something else. Something an example, Warren Buffett says be greedy when the market is fearful look up that quote on the notes there be greedy. When the market is fearful, which means that when the economy see is falling apart and Bank of America. Stocks are super cheap Warren would suggest to do what by and win the economy's absolutely rocket. And he recommends you should do some selling why. Because you're you're going against the flow of the. What happens is and that's a beautiful tip tip of advice. That's why he's one of the wealthiest men in the world. Yes. But what happens is is that when people get scared, and you have a big business thriving business. I remember I remember a few years ago Ford Motor Company. I mean, these things huge huge cannot fail. Ford Motor four huge. You get four to country to country to they came out. They came out and they said, oh investors. Stop people. We're not gonna make as much money as we thought we were going to make him third quarter. And there's talk to. Way down. Boom. We're thinking now's the time to buy his are still making money. There's still a good company that think's going to swing back up around. Again. Can I ask you what third grade boy is in charge of the scripting for the Ford truck commercials. Because think about it every commercial every commercial is like it features a huge truck, right? Yes. Driving through impossible scenarios that only third grade boys. Think of right did it's like driving over like a lake through a stream overthrown crushing rocks or somebody will drop a huge load of whatever from the back. And then there's a guy. It's always rocks. Narrator from GI Joe doing the commercial. And he's like do you want to be Ford to do you draw drought panty and not drive the food? But it doesn't it kind of call you out every commercial. Oh, does I've thought about I don't even wanna truck. But I thought multiple times like I need to buy a truck or I'm an idiot. I think the same thing. And then I'm like, Honey, let's go play GI Joe points out. Hey, that's you're not in third grade warm like oh, man. He got me. Hey, hey bird, drops drop. Some rocks in my bed. I'm serious doesn't make you want to go back and just be third grade. Boy, every time you seen those commercials..

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"ford motor" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"ford motor" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So what we're seeing here is a the the sort of slow, drip. You know, the old Fabel fable of the frogs and boiling water which seeing the slow drip. So that we become habituated. I to these sort of innocuous perhaps versions of behavioral modification, but this is now a program that is being conducted at scale across every domain of society. I mentioned the model t before. The Ford Motor Company the CEO of the Ford Motor Company the crucible of mass production, and the you know, the product is the essence of the capitalist exchange. The CEO of Ford Motor Company recently announced that in response to the sustained slump of global car sales. The the next big thing for Ford Motor is going to beat a monetize driver data. So that one hundred million people are driving. He says and Ford cars and just think of all the data that we can get from those cars, and then we combine it with all the data about you that we already have from Ford credit. And you put that altogether. And we basically know everything about you. And he says how's that for monetize in data and a top analyst in the auto industry says, you know, this is a great future for four. They don't have to build factories. They don't have to employ workers. It's all pure profit. Because what that that's like the full circle coming round to the situation where we are the objects, right? Not the subject is this. Why you call it a parasitic form of capitalism? I do indeed it is parasitic because it's about us. But it's not for us. It's about us. But for the purposes of serving others financial goals and others financial gain. And by the way, it's important to know that this is a sharp divergence from the history of market capitalism, and certainly. From the history of market democracy. You know capitalism and democracy have have found a a kind of equilibrium over the past century in in the fact that there are these organic reciprocity is that capitalism needs people as its customers, and it needs people as its employees surveillance capitalism. Needs us for nothing except again as I said as the free source of raw material. Well, professor Shawn Zubov stand by here for just a second because we do have to take another break. But when we come back, I want to hear more about your view of whether or not regulation is part of the solution here. So standby we are talking with Zubov. Her new book is the age of surveillance capitalism. The fight for a human future at the new frontier of power a lot of callers have been waiting patiently. And we'll let them in as well. We'll be right back. I'm begging to talk or bardy. This is on point..

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"ford motor" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Hour millennial. I just want to let you know, a huge fan and also a conservative anti-capitalist where out here. All right. Thank you. That's very encouraging. I got I got a scooter to give away. Hey, rush. I already have a scooter. Yeah. What can I get you? For you, my dear I'm a conservative. But. Person who? Some rush revere books or something. I don't know which ever one's you think. All right time for another story Ford Motor Company as as. Suffered kind of a big deal. Detroit's back. That's right. Got gotta try it. I did that. So that I did it me. I may I may maybe. Barbara. That's an old. So Ford is jumping in the east scooter business, they're they're going to purchase the startup company called spin. So watch out linemen bird. Oh, no. So now Ford is actually getting into the millennials scooter thing, that's right. One hundred cities. I know that you think I'd probably be come out like some kind of anti millennial thing. But I'll tell you something Ford smarter to do that. I think that this this whole driverless car thing is never actually going to happen. I think what's going to happen is people are just going to be involved in subscription services for everything. So you just gotta call. Everybody's gonna call cars. The Uber thing on steroids and Ford does better to get into this space because you know, people are actually using them in major cities. Yes, they're annoying. So this is what you do when.

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"ford motor" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on EconTalk

"I might be willing to wait a half an hour to get the drill to draw to drill the hole. I don't know if I'm ever going to remember going to bar somebody else's genes, which clothing another example that you mentioned in the book or just gave seller example, probably going to own my own self or because even though I could rent silverware for win about to eat that the transaction class of that. Even though the app is seamless and fabulous and quick. I really don't even want to walk out to the to the curb because the price savings on the civil usages so small that that time cost is going to actually be large enough to keep me from doing it. So talk about some of the ways those factors interact. Those are both really good questions. So I think that the this sharing. I'm more confident now about calling it the sharing revolution. Because I think that my earlier claims about rental are pretty shortsighted that we'll think of better ways to do it than the sort of formal renting, but sticking with formal renting there are many kinds of and I'm afraid I'm going to make a sort of cozy in point coast ESTES. Really great question in nineteen thirty seven if markets are so great wire their firms in his answer was this'll sound familiar transaction cost. Explain the question. I o. What what kind of questions that? We've talked about it before it was a long time ago. Well, economists brag about the ability of prices to organize decentralized distributed. Activities transactions among people that don't know each other. So feeder kayak in nineteen forty five gives the example of ten if the price of tin goes up. I don't need to know why I just know that I need to accounta- Mi's people who produce ten don't need don't need to know why they'll just try to make more ten entrepreneurs don't need to know why they'll just figure out a way to make substitutes. So the price system direct people to do what they would do if they had perfect information. And that's a great saving. So prices are really wonderful prices organized the economic System cO said, we'll have prices so great. Why are these are these little command economy that we call firms imbedded in them because if I work for Ford Motor Company, I don't put a bolt into the chassis of the Ford car, and then go on EBay an auction it off and find the highest price deliver it to them. And then they put on the Fender. Instead the next guy in the line just puts on the Fender prices not operating year. I'm being ordered to do. Do this an entrepreneur? That's and most people when you ask who tells you what to do. They don't say prices, they say, my boss, so bosses do a lot more ordering around than prices coasts question was where is the margin and firms call this the maker by decision so firms make some things, but they by other things so maybe for a while Ford Motor Company considered going out and making its own steel for cars, but they never grew the wheat for the witches in the employee cafeteria. They always bought something. So that line between maker by coast claimed was based on transactions cost. It was the cost of using the market versus the cost of organizing this transaction within the company. Well, the point of if I say in the book, I think that if coasts were alive today. He might ask a question. Why is it that we own instead of share and the answer is still? Transactions costs the margin between owning and sharing will be determined by transactions costs. The thing is that coast recognized that there was a dynamic component to this that is the size of firms both in terms of the scope of products in the amount of products that they produce will be determined over time by transaction costs. If it's cheaper to buy things in the market, then firms will shrink well the dodge thing about sharing, and I think this is possibly worrisome is that there will be a greater and greater gap between urban in rural people..

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"ford motor" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"The future and to have a piece of the city's path pieces past that ironically ford helped to kill and the ad mobile be turned into you know the hub of creativity that will set the future tone for detroit and possibly the world as you mentioned the ford motor company is that that's who's bought the building that's who's going to restore it according to the plan what what's the what is the plan what are they what's the vision for that the ford motor company has for the station so ford is hasn't had even though it was founded in detroit it hasn't had a presence in traits since that left the renaissance center twenty some years ago so they're trying to establish new campus in detroit of a couple of one point two million square feet of property and they've already had another building in the same neighborhood that they've renovated in their planning on having five thousand people in the depot building working half of which will be ford employees then the grand waiting room which if you're looking at a picture of the building i urge your listeners into and viewers watt go look up the buildings they can see this things that we're talking about but the lower building down there the bottom is the waiting room that will be open to the public and that michigan central station doesn't just belong to ford it really belongs to all of detroit and it's just an incredible feeling you know i mean this is really going to be come i think hive of activity it's not in downtown detroit it's just on the outskirts so the spinoff development will be huge all the new restaurants and shops and housing that will will come to the part of detroit to kind of kick off another wave of rebirth and renaissance i mean again so many ways it's hard to when when you just talk about this building we'll be saved it's it's really so much more than that you're just a very short drive for a lot of canadians and so i think they'll be interested in saying this rene science dance good to talk to you thanks telling the story thank you so much for having me dan austin is an historian and author we reached him in detroit and you can see some photographs of michigan central.

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"ford motor" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Hour now try bruce kickout down for number five number one behind hits in terms of the information that we obtained this week regarding technology so a charge five go to number one is sort of uh well let's move around your little rude you batori victoria human has the details first rose throw the instagram and i love this uh when i first saw the i saw foam low guys okay the ford motor company is that it is did you know that it's called foma i am her in that forum always ford motor company had matter of fact its it has gone into a foam oko it was originally foma ford motors and then it became because it's on to better i'm sure from their perspective foam ohkoso it's now ford motor company foam oko is enough after that go ahead we're talking about is an acronym for fear of missing out and so apparently according to new studies instagram's stories which are the the somewhat live full they can be live or they can be recorded video aspects of instagram as opposed to just the photos that people post they are giving people a serious case of thommo fear of missing out and according to new studies it's making people really depressed as well studies have typically shown that pete that human beings wherever we are tend to rate ourselves as smarter happier healthier more moral and a safer drivers than other people but with foam oh happening uh when it comes to our social lives we're actually now there's a shift culturally where we think everyone else's social life is so much better than our own that it actually lease causing depression rates and so now.

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"ford motor" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

Talk 1300 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"The green after the hour now car burst the crowd down from number five number one behind it in terms of the information that we have clean this week regarding technology so a chart five go to number one i'm is sort of uh well let's move around here a little who you retorted victoria human has the details first of all star with instagram and uh i love this uh when i first saw the i saw foam antonis okay they've ford motor company is that it is did you know that is called foma iit under yeah form always ford motor company as a matter of fact goods it has gone into a foam oko it was originally foma ford motors and then he became because it sounded bitter i'm sure from their perspective foam oko so it's now ford motor company foam oko high is enough of that go ahead i know that when we're talking about is an acronym for fear of missing out and so apparently according to new studies instagram's stories which are the the somewhat live or they can be live or they can be recorded video aspects of instagram as opposed to just the photos that people post they are giving people a serious case of foam oh fear of missing out and according to new studies it's making people really depressed as well studies have typically shown that pete that human beings wherever we are tend to rate ourselves as smarter happier healthier more moral and a safer drivers than other people but with foam oh happening i when it comes to our social lives we're actually now there's a shift culturally where we think everyone else's social life is so much better than our own that it actually is causing depression rates and so.

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"ford motor" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The green after the hour bruce had cow down from number five number one behind its in terms of the information that we abrines this week regarding technology so with chart five go to number one is sort of uh well let's move around here a little bit of you batori victoria human as the details first rose throw the instagram and i love this uh when i first saw the i saw foam ho okay the ford motor company is that all it is did you know that is called foam i underline yep foremost ford motor company as a matter of fact its it has gone into a foam oko it was originally foma ford motors and then it became because it sounded bitter i'm sure from their perspective promo code so it's now ford motor company foam oko iisn't after that go ahead what i found out that we were talking about is an acronym for fear of missing out and so apparently according to new studies instagram's stories which are the this somewhat live or they can be live or they can be recorded video aspects of instagram as opposed to just the photos that people post they are giving people a serious case of foam oh fear of missing out and according to new studies it's making people really depressed as well studies have typically shown that piece that human beings wherever we are tens you rate ourselves as smarter happier healthier more moral and as safer drivers than other people but with foam oh happening i when it comes to our social lives we're actually now there's a shift culturally where we think everyone else's social life is so much better than our own that it actually is causing depression rates and so.

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"ford motor" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"The three after the hour outside bruce macau down from number five number one behind ifs in terms of the information that we have gleaned this week regarding technology so a charge five go to number one i've is sort of uh well let's move around here a little bit with uber tori victoria human has the details first rose throw it is to graham and i love this uh when i first saw the i saw foam o choe is okay the ford motor company is that it is the call from i earn her a mad at foremost ford motor company a matter of fact goods it has gone into a foam oko it was originally foma oh ford motors in and then it became because it sounded bitter i'm sure from their perspective flomo coceo it's now ford motor company flomo go i as an half of that go ahead what a follow that we're talking about is an acronym for fear of missing out and so apparently according to new studies instagram's stories which are the this somewhat live or they can be live or they can be recorded video aspects of instagram as opposed to just the photos that people post they are giving people a serious case of foam oh fear of missing out and according to new studies it's making people really depressed as well studies have typically shown that pete that human beings wherever we are tend to rate ourselves as smarter happier healthier more moral and a safer drivers than other people but with foam oh happening i when it comes to our social lives we're actually now there's a shift culturally where we think everyone else's social life is so much better than our own that it actually causing depression rates and so now.

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"ford motor" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Players doing this so he says were not buying ford's anymore and he just said that two two it's in the national news and i think it's great i support you've got to think about this i mean why would you give money to somebody who hates you an actively protests you i mean you'd have to be a fool your fool i will listen to take it any senior killing people and you're gonna buy vehicles from the company that says that they support the taken they because they hate you because you're murderers you're the full i think this guy's greatness should begin a trend and you should make sure that you tell and if you're elected officials sheriff's police chiefs at satcher that you don't want them buying ford products the that that you should they should tell ford motor company that until they renounce this that as long as they support taking any against the cops that we're not going to vining free of good you know how that works to a sheriff's wondering how big it is that they might by 510 vehicles here maybe model now good in america we can do that ford ford motor company wants to kneel with them an and hate the cops than you do that i mean think about that think about a ford pulling up on a senior now i think about copy i just it's just i'm glad he's doing it thank you now uh speaking of the players in the nfl slavery garbage and all the stuff what other cowboys committee this weekend well let me tell you something many of them many of them hate donald trump ha and want to take any say hate the cops but many of them hate the cops and you today wafa tv in light went over and and heard a song blaring from one of the lockers locker room one of the players interview them and you.

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"ford motor" Discussed on Odd Lots

Odd Lots

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on Odd Lots

"We spent six thousand miles going noor across country somehow and wound up on a little island a cold vashem sean in puget sound of the costa seattle and that was very interesting year and after that i came back to new york in looked for a job one of the women are had went to college with had a connection at what was then first national citibank and i went in for an interview in the guy who was going to interview me uh wasn't available and basically sat me down with the guy who returned out was a a treasury bond salesmen i'm sitting in his desk for about thirty seconds or a minute or so his phone rings uh he goes yup yup and looks across the trading room and yells two buddy your whatever the guy's name was at the time bid fifty six is four american road which was their code for ford motor company back in those days and the guy yelled the number back at him and he repeated it into the phone and then sort of flicked his finger at the guy on the other side of the room and said yet thanks very much and hung up the phone and i said what just happened and he said i sold fifty million sixmonth treasury bills to ford motor company and i said to myself or i could do that as it turned out i could but you don't really get to be very good at till the year two goats by.

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"ford motor" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ford motor" Discussed on CarCast

"My politically active but the the father of of the g t the the the courage gt is rajoub near right here stand at rajoub come join us so you know rise is is really a race car savant if you've enjoyed the mustang if you if you enjoyed any of the highperformance cars from from ford motor company rogers has his fingerprints oliver everything and we were talking early what started as an idea to bring mustangs to to lamar came turned into this underground project for the new ford gta and and it was built literally in a basement several of us have been in the in the in the kind of the underground portions and i'm i watched the film with craig metros up above who's one of the designers and so you pulled off just a miracle underground and put together an amazing car and i just want to say thanks so much and russia's president of ford motor company north america so thank you so much for joining he didn't have to go over for getting it get beer thank for him to them so when when this came to mind the first person i really thought it was a really close friend of mine chip ganassi and chip is a guy that has really defines motorsport enthusiasts as a successful race car driver indianapolis driver hmm he has he has a racing team chip ganassi racing and i've got the list here but he he his teams have won lme the brick indy multiple times the brickyard 500 daytona 24hour i mean it goes on there i can't think of a race that you have not won and in it for a guy this as.

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