February 2, 2013
With Ford (NYSE: F ) having shown investors a strong 2012, Motley Fool industrials analyst Isaac Pino examines where the company goes from here. He talks about Ford's simple yet effective plan of attack: dramatically streamline down the number of car models offered. Doing so will help the company cut costs, refocus its engineering, and create a uniformity of the models it offers across markets.
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