Ford Motor Co. says it lost $5.8 billion in the third-quarter, or $3.08 per share, which includes charges accrued from the ongoing Way Forward North American restructuring strategy. That compares with a $284 million loss in third-quarter 2005, and the results mark Ford’s eighth quarterly loss in the past nine quarters. Excluding special items, Ford’s third-quarter loss was $1.2 billion, up from $191 million prior-year. Special items include $861 million for worker-separation expenses and ...
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