DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. makes an upward adjustment to its second-quarter production schedule in the wake of first-quarter financial results that exceeded expectations. The No.2 auto maker ratchets up its North American production 12.3%, despite its net loss of $800 million or $0.06 per share. This contrasts with the $1.06 billion net income generated during first quarter 2001; but compares favorably with analysts’ estimates – their consensus was of a loss per share of $0.15 cents. Of ...
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