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Analysis: Ford could close U.S. pension funding gap by end of 2014

DETROIT (Reuters) - Thanks to rising interest rates and an injection of cash, Ford Motor Co <F.N> could be in a position that would have been unthinkable only a few years ago - with a fully funded U.S. pension fund.Full story

How Henry Ford doubled wages and became a national hero

  Author Richard Snow joins Morning Joe to discuss "I Invented the Modern Age," his new book on Henry Ford, Ford's insistence on paying factory workers a living wage, the invention of the assembly line and the invention of the Model T car.

Calling all 'codaholics': Automakers vie for tech talent

DETROIT/YUMA, Arizona (Reuters) - Automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire software "codaholics," an effort that is increasingly pitting Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Full story

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  Can Detroit rebound?

CNBC’s Brian Sullivan explains what’s next for the future of Detroit.

  Strong auto sales in April

Ford, GM, Chrysler and Nissan are all reporting sales up double-digits, their strongest April sales since 2007. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  Remaking a classic – the new face of Lincoln

President and CEO of Ford Alan Mulally and Jim Farley, the executive vice president of global marketing for Ford and Lincoln, talk about the launch of the new Lincoln MKZ.

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