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United States: Connecticut Update: State Issues Guidance Regarding What Businesses Are Exempt From Mandatory Closure - Ford & Harrison LLP

In Connecticut's continued battle against the spread of COVID-19, on March 20, 2020, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont issued Executive Order 7H, which directs, in relevant part that:
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Ford Mustang Mach 1 Could Return in 2021

Despite Ford’s rejiggering of the Mach 1 name for use in the Mustang-inspired Mach-E crossover, the original will not be superseded by the new EV. Based upon leaked dealer VIN decoder guides, it appears the storied pony car trim could be returning for the 2021 model year. We haven’t seen the Mach 1 since 2004, when it […] The post Ford Mustang Mach 1 Could Return in 2021 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Ford F-150 Hybrid Slowly Comes Into View

Long promised and as of yet undelivered, the hybrid variant of the Ford F-150 will be the first vehicle of its kind in a wildly competitive (and lucrative) segment. The model will offer pickup buyers a taste of the fully electrified pickups poised to flood lineups, while giving do-it-yourself types and work crews a convenient […] The post Ford F-150 Hybrid Slowly Comes Into View appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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The coronavirus pandemic has upended car buying. Here's everything automakers are doing to help consumers. (F, GM, FCAU)

New vehicle sales in the US have declined significantly as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has worsened. With business shutdowns across the country, many car dealerships are unable to keep their showrooms open, although they can continue to operate essential service operations. Automakers have responded by rolling out flexible payment terms for stressed customers, extended lease periods, and appealing financing for qualified borrowers. Some automakers are also encouraging customers to explor...
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Automakers are pulling out all the stops, offering deals, shop-from-home programs, and payment assistance to help customers buy and keep their cars amid the coronavirus pandemic (F, GM, FCAU)

New vehicle sales in the US have declined significantly as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has worsened. With business shutdowns across the country, many car dealerships are unable to keep their showrooms open, although they can continue to operate essential service operations. Automakers have responded by rolling out flexible payment terms for stressed customers, extended lease periods, and appealing financing for qualified borrowers. Some automakers are also encouraging customers to explor...
Tags: Facebook, US, Trends, General Motors, Customers, Porsche, Ford, Fca, Gm, Chevy, Lincoln, Honda, Nissan, Hyundai, Kia, Bankrate


Ford says post-crisis support for U.S. customers 'would be appropriate'

Ford Motor Co's U.S. sales chief said on Thursday the automaker believes some level of government stimulus will be needed for consumers once the coronavirus pandemic recedes and that the crisis will spur a permanent shift toward more online vehicle sales in America.
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Toyota Camry & Avalon AWD: Nice Option But Do You Need It?

Toyota Camry and Avalon now have all-wheel drive as a standalone option.Different components from the RAV4 and Highlander were used for the sedans.Although a nice option, all-wheel drive may not be necessary for some buyers. Toyota’s research team in Saline, Michigan came back from the drawing board with an all-wheel drive option for the 2020 Camry and 2021 Avalon. With more room in the market as players like Ford and GM exit, Toyota is making a seemingly simple but crucial addition here wit...
Tags: Ford, Gm, Autos, Michigan, Toyota, Epa, North America, Subaru, Toyota Camry, Avalon, Nissan Altima, Toyota Motor Sales U S A Inc, Altima, Car News, Camry, Saline Michigan


We compared the Tesla Cybertruck, Rivian R1T, and 5 other upcoming electric pickup trucks by 11 different specs. The Cybertruck won nearly half.

There are currently seven electric pickup trucks on the horizon in the US: Tesla's Cybertruck, Nikola's Badger, Bollinger's B2, Lordstown Motor's Endurance, Ford's electric F-150, GMC's Hummer EV, and Rivian's R1T. All of the vehicles have varying specifications and prices. Of the 11 different specifications compared, Tesla's Cybertruck came out as "best in category" five times. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tesla's Cybertruck isn't the only electric pickup truck that's ...
Tags: US, Trends, Tesla, Ford, Gmc, Hummer, Lordstown, Badger, Bollinger, Nikola, Bollinger Motors, Rivian, Cybertruck, Lordstown Motors, Lordstown Motor, GMC Hummer EV


United States: St. Louis City And County Issue Stay At Home Orders Effective March 23, 2020 - Ford & Harrison LLP

In an effort to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page has announced that as of 12:01 a.m. on Monday, March 23, 2020,...
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United States: Nashville Mayor Issues Stay At Home Order; Tennessee Governor Orders Closure Of All Dine-In Restaurants, Bars And Workout Facilities – Both Effective Midnight March 22, 2020 - Ford & Harrison LLP

Summary: In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health care system from being overwhelmed, Nashville, Tennessee Mayor John Cooper has announced a "Safer at Home" Order...
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Private sector working to ensure it doesn’t get worse before it gets better

The federal government’s efforts to combat the ongoing coronavirus pandemic illustrate why we shouldn’t put our full trust in government to find a cure. After all, they badly botched the testing, costing valuable time in identifying new cases and limiting its spread. Fortunately, private-sector innovators are leading where government has underwhelmed, conducting speedy research and development into potentially life-saving cures, while providing critical support in other areas where government ac...
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760hp RTR Mustang 10th Anniversary Spec 5 revealed

Ford tuner goes the whole hog with birthday special
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Stocks fall sharply as US government warns of hard weeks ahead

A recent rebound in domestic equity prices faded further into the distance today, as American stocks fell for a second consecutive day following modest Tuesday declines. After rising from new 52-week lows, all domestic indices are down after the American president warned of difficult weeks ahead as the country reels from the economic and social impacts of COVID-19. The day’s trading left stocks down heading into Thursday, when a new unemployment claim number is expected. Some are anticipating a ...
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Stocks fall sharply as U.S. government warns of hard weeks ahead

A recent redbound in domestic equity prices faded further into the distance today, as American stocks fell for a second consecutive day following modest Tuesday declines. After rising from new 52 week lows, all domestic indices after the American president warned of difficult weeks ahead as the country reels from the economic and social impacts of COVID-19. The day’s trading left stocks down heading into Thursday, when a new unemployment claim number is expected. Some are anticipating a worse nu...
Tags: TC, Tech, Porsche, Ford, SaaS, Fca, Gm, Earnings, Stock Market, Detroit, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, GM Ford, Hyundai Nissan, Public Markets, Stonks, COVID-19


Automakers just reported big coronavirus-related sales dips, but the worst is yet to come (GM, F, FCAU)

Automakers reported declines in first-quarter US sales that were worsened by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. GM and FCA were down 7% and 10%, respectively. Toyota reported March sales that were down nearly 40%. 2020 got off to a decent start in January and February, but shutdowns in the second half of March had an immediate negative impact. The second quarter should be significantly worse: Vehicle production has been suspended in North America, consumers are reluctant to make big-ticket pur...
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Coronavirus Protection: Sacramento Hospitals Among First In The US To Get Ford-Made Face Shields

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Health workers at Sacramento-area hospitals will be some of the first in the nation to receive new face shields made by Ford Motor Company. Four thousand of the face shields are now headed to Sacramento area hospitals, including 3,000 going to UC Davis, 500 to Dignity, and 500 for Sutter, according to a statement from the office of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg. The face shields are in short supply in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. They block the eyes and face fr...
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Sacramento Hospitals Some Of The First To Receive Ford-Made Face Shields

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Health workers at Sacramento-area hospitals will be some of the first in the nation to receive new face shields made by Ford Motor Company. Four thousand of the face shields are now headed to Sacramento area hospitals, including 3,000 going to UC Davis, 500 to Dignity, and 500 for Sutter, according to a statement from the office of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg. The face shields are in short supply in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. They block the eyes and face fr...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Ford, Gm, 3m, Sutter, UAW, Darrell Steinberg, Sacramento News, Ford Motor Co Fund, Coronavirus, COVID, Ford Made Face Shields, CBS13 Health


The US auto industry has stepped up yet again in a time of crisis as the nation battles the coronavirus pandemic (F, GM, GE)

In just a few weeks, the US auto industry has completely suspended vehicle manufacturing and switched to making medical equipment and ventilators to fight the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The speed at which giant companies such as General Motors, Ford, and GE have come together has been impressive. But America's carmakers have done this before, during World War II. Much has changed in 80 years, but the manufacturing talent in America's big car companies can still rapidly shift to dealing wit...
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The unsung heroes of the coronavirus pandemic

Congress passed and the president signed a $2 trillion “stimulus” bill. “Not enough!” shrieked politicians. They said the government must do more. They demanded President Donald Trump reactivate the Defense Production Act, a 1950 law that lets government force companies to make things. Trump hesitated. That upset lovers of big dictatorial government. They demanded the president order companies to make respirators, masks and other desperately needed medical equipment. CNN’s Alisyn Camerota joined...
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Ford Eyes Furloughs As Coronavirus Shows No Signs of Early Exit

It would be great if pandemics arrived with clear time frames in tow. Alas, this is not the way nature works. And for companies dependent on workers, um, working, the unpredictability of a viral outbreak means every cost-saving measure is on the table. At Ford, which has already announced a hiring freeze and executive pay […] The post Ford Eyes Furloughs As Coronavirus Shows No Signs of Early Exit appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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LexisNexis Adds Companies to its Context Analytics on Lexis Advance

Sixteen months ago, LexisNexis introduced Context, an analytics product that did what no other analytics product did, which was analyze the language of a judge’s opinions to identify the cases and arguments the judge finds persuasive. Later, it expanded Context to cover not just individual judges, but also entire courts. Today, LexisNexis is launching a further expansion of the product, Context Company Analytics, which will be available to subscribers of Lexis Advance. This is now the fourth mod...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Ford, LexisNexis, Ford Motor Company, Wellen, Lex Machina, Westlaw Edge, Lexis Analytics, Serena Wellen, Context Analytics, Context Company Analytics, Company Analytics


The best trucks for 2020

Looking for a better way to haul your gear? From Ford to Ram, these are the best new pickup trucks available.
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Ford boosts coronavirus medical supply production to aid workers in hotspots

As of Monday, Ford has shipped 200,000 masks to critical hotspots and first responders. By the end of the week, the company is projecting to have shipped more than 1 million devices.
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Doner: When the Motor Stops

With COVID-19 spreading in Michigan, ad agency Doner, headquartered in Detroit since the 1930s, chose to send a message of strength and resilience to its city in the form of its new video, When the Motor Stops. The spot, shot in black and white, features typically populated portions of Detroit cleared out. Messages of solidarity appear on downtown marquees, including affirmations such as “We love you, Detroit” and “We will get through this together.” A voiceover acknowledges h...
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General Motors spins up global supply chain to make 50,000 face masks a day

GM today announced manufacturing details around building much-needed medical face masks. According to the company’s press release, it took the company less than seven days to go from nothing to producing the first production-made mask. The automotive giant said today in a released statement it expects to deliver 20,000 masks on April 8 and soon after, able to produce 50,000 masks a day once the production line is at full capacity. These face masks are a vital piece of personal protective equipme...
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Records in 1946 Lynching Case Must Remain Sealed, Court Rules

No one was ever charged in the killing of two black couples by a group of white men in rural Georgia, known as the Moore’s Ford lynchings.
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Ford, GE To Produce 50,000 Ventilators In 100 Days

Ford Motor and GE Healthcare plan to produce 50,000 ventilators within the next 100 days at a facility in Michigan to assist with the coronavirus pandemic. CNBC reports: Production of the critical care devices is expected to begin with 500 United Auto Workers union members the week of April 20, according to executives at both companies. Ford's Rawsonville Components Plant in Ypsilanti, Michigan will be able to produce 30,000 ventilators a month after early-July, officials said. The companies exp...
Tags: Florida, Ge, Tech, Ford, Michigan, Ford Motor, Cnbc, United Auto Workers, GE Healthcare, Ypsilanti Michigan, Rawsonville Components Plant, Airon Corp


Grand Jury Records in 1946 Lynching Case Must Remain Sealed, Court Rules

No one was ever charged in the killing of two black couples by a group of white men in rural Georgia, known as the Moore’s Ford lynchings.
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Trump Vows to Send Ventilators to Europe as U.S. Governors Plead for Supplies

President Donald Trump is so confident in the country’s production of ventilators that he’s dangling the idea of helping countries abroad by sending them surplus supplies even as U.S. governors continue to ask the federal government for that crucial medical equipment.During a press briefing Monday, the president took a business friendly approach, touting an announcement from Ford and General Electric Healthcare that they would “produce 50,000 ventilators,” as well as nine additional companies al...
Tags: Europe, News, France, White House, Spain, Cnn, United States, Ford, Fema, Italy, Donald Trump, Trump, Army Corps Of Engineers, Jim Acosta, General Electric Healthcare


Ford to build 50,000 ventilators in 100 days

Ford plans to make as many as 50,000 simple ventilators for coronavirus patients within 100 days and plans to continue producing 30,000 per month after that, the company announced Monday.
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