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Posts Tagged ‘Bill Ford’

William C. Ford, Jr.

As executive chairman of Ford Motor Company, William Clay Ford, Jr. is leading the company that put the world on wheels into the 21st century. Bill joined Ford in 1979 as a product planning analyst. A member of the board since 1988, he became chairman in 1999, and is also chairman of the board’s FinanceRead more..

William C. Ford, Jr.

As executive chairman of Ford Motor Company, William Clay Ford, Jr., is leading the company that put the world on wheels into the 21st century. Bill joined Ford in 1979 as a product planning analyst. A member of the board since 1988, he became chairman in 1999, and is also chairman of the board’s FinanceRead more..

Henry Ford’s Ancestral Home
Opens in West Cork

The West Cork ancestral home of Henry Ford, the Ford Motors founder whose Model T revolutionized transportation in the United States, opened to the public in September following a €20,000 renovation project. Located on what is now the 200-acre “Ford Farm,” the home is a traditional stone-built, single-story cottage believed to date from the 1700s whenRead more..

Key Notes

Irish America’s keynote speakers are making headlines. Three of Irish America’s former keynote speakers have been in the news recently, attesting to the enduring relevance of all our honorees and the range of activities they involve themselves in. Time to catch up with our former keynotes. Bill Ford Defends Unions In an interview on CNBC’s Read more..

William Clay Ford, Jr.’s Keynote Address at the Business 100

William Clay Ford, Jr., Executive Chairman of Ford Motor Company delivers the keynote address at the Business 100 awards luncheon on December 15, 2011 at the Metropolitan Club of New York. The Business 100 is an annual celebration of the best and brightest Irish Americas leading some of the most innovative and powerful companies inRead more..

2011 Business 100 Awards Luncheon Highlights

Some highlights from the Irish America Business 100 luncheon on December 15, 2011 at the Metropolitan Club of New York. The Business 100 is an annual celebration of the best and brightest Irish Americans leading some of the most innovative and powerful corporations in the world. William Clay Ford, Jr., Executive Chairman of Ford MotorRead more..

The Magic of the Diaspora

The First Word One Christmas was so much like another in those years, to quote Dylan Thomas. Looking back, it does seem as if all my childhood Christmases have fused into one glorious memory. I remember the crunch of frosty gravel as we walk to the car for our trip to town and midnight Mass.Read more..

Roots: The Ford Family

The Ford family name has several possible origins. Its Anglo-Saxon roots can be traced back to Devonshire, where the name derived from the topographical term “ford,” meaning “a shallow place where water can be crossed.” However, this term originally comes from the Norse “fjord,” meaning a narrow inlet of sea. Therefore, the Ford family nameRead more..