2. Ford's Q2 was hot, while investors ran from GM recalls
Everything is relative, and relative to General Motor's (NYSE:GM) disastrous quarter that included $2.5 billion in recall costs. Next to GM's new and already embattled CEO Mary Barra, Ford's Fields looks like a supermodel. GM's profits dropped 80%, to $250 million, due to the horribly costly fixes that had to be done to 29 million cars so far this year. Plus, they estimated today that compensation to families of crash victims from their busted ignition switches will be $400 million. GM's stock got smashed by 4.5% Thursday.
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