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In the case of Ford
Ford's latest earnings surprise probably did its part in persuading many investors to look under the hood again and consider that a sustained turnaround in the automaker may be real. Ford was able to generate a $100 million profit in the quarter, even though sales still lagged GM
I think Ford's decision to include Microsoft's
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