Mired in debt, battered by the recession, its car lots stocked with vehicles, the Ford Motor Co.'s future seemed so bleak that the auto giant's long-term survivability was at stake.
Yet in 2008, Ford refused to accept the TARP federal bailout money that its rivals GM and Chrysler readily snapped up.
Two years down the road, Ford is humming: it's turning in profits and speeding past still-struggling GM and Chrysler as it produces vehicles consumers are clamoring to own.
The moral of the story: A smart U.S. auto builder can compete against any competitor, even GM, backed by Uncle Sam.
Newsmax magazine's exclusive report, "Ford's Big Comeback," takes an in-depth look at the automaker's amazing rebound under the stewardship of CEO Alan Mulally, a former Boeing executive who is widely hailed as Ford's savior.
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- Why bankruptcy loomed for Ford in 2006
- How CEO Alan Mulally's "Way Forward" recovery plan saved the auto giant
- The fateful New York meeting that was a key turning point
- Astounding turnaround: $14 billion loss to $2.7 billion profit
- How Obama strong-armed GM
- Ford's Explorer controversy — and Pinto problems
- Rasmussen: Ford's TARP refusal translates into sales
- GM's "elaborate TARP money shuffle"
- Why Ford's SUV strategy backfired
- Ford's focus on youth: the Ford Focus
- How Ford revolutionized the American workplace
- GM and Chrysler's "hasty" dealership shutdowns
- Automakers' hot button issue: fuel efficiency
- Ford's new Lincoln strategy
- How Ford miscalculated "American icon" Taurus' appeal
- Ford's Microsoft connection
- Ford's challenge to GM in China
- Sen. Charles Grassley's scolding of GM
- The concern over "distracted driver" legislation
- And much, much more
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- Big Brother: Washington is now monitoring gold purchases
- Hollywood stars shill for Barbara Boxer
- The stimulus has flatlined — and there's no Plan B
- Jeb Bush: a new approach to immigrants
- Tip sheet: Key races in midterms vital for GOP
- Gail Sheehy on caregivers: what they need to know
- Teachers turn against Obama
- De Borchgrave: Global sentiment builds to attack Iran
- Flashback: The Misunderstood Kennedy-Nixon debate
- Lock up profits before tax cuts lapse
- Republicans warn of backdoor amnesty plan for illegals
- China is empire building in Africa
- Novelist Nelson DeMille on anti-terrorism
- Linda McMahon ready to rumble in Connecticut Senate race
- Maryland race could be the model for November
- Iranian exile rises in L.A. politics
- State-sponsored media are on the rise
- The latest in personal and home security
- Crisis Investing: Europe's pain can be your gain
- Jada Pinkett Smith: actress/mom/more
- Chris Hitchens and his brother: Cain vs. Abel
- Ruddy's take: Battle of Britain Forgotten
- Lifelong learning for the over-50 set
- Food alert: dangerous neurotoxins are everywhere
- Critics blast Postal Service's rate hike
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