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14 hrs ago | Queerty
We reported yesterday that after a strong social campaign calling for companies and officials to withdraw support from Boston's St. Patrick's Day Parade, Sam Adam's officially pulled the plug on their sponsorship.
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16 hrs ago | Towleroad
Under pressure from activists and GLAAD, Heineken has pulled its sponsorship of the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade, GLAAD reports : A company official at Heineken has confirmed to GLAAD that the company will no longer be a sponsor of Monday's parade, saying "we are passionate about equality for all people."
Ford Fund commits $50,000 per year during the next 20 years, giving five automotive design students each $10,000 per year Mr. Ford oversaw design of the iconic Lincoln Continental Mark II, considered by many one of the greatest cars ever built )--Ford Motor Company Fund will award $1 million in automotive design scholarships during the next 20 ... (more)
Ten different compositions of CNF reinforced syntactic foam and four different compositions of CNF/epoxy composites are evaluated for storage modulus, loss modulus, and damping parameter using a dynamic mechanical analyzer."
Two Ford Motor Co. employees were hospitalized Tuesday afternoon following a HAZMAT situation involving chemicals at a parts redistribution facility, according to the automaker's spokeswoman.
The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and Ford Motor Co. have announced the six honorees for the annual Tribute to Women Business Leaders Awards.
Big bug are taking over at the Louisville Zoo. Monday morning, 13 massive animatronic bugs arrived at the zoo in three semi trucks, to be part of a temporary exhibit sponsored by Ford Motor Company.
"Mr. Ford had a profound impact on Ford Motor Company. The company extends its deepest sympathies to the many members of the extended Ford family at this difficult time.
Ford's China sales went up 67% YoY and U.K sales went up for the 24th consecutive month.
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William Clay Ford Sr., director emeritus of Ford Motor Company and the owner of the Detroit Lions, died of pneumonia Sunday morning, according to a statement released by the car company.
William Clay Ford Sr. is pictured with his son, William Clay Ford Jr. at Greenfield Village in 2003.