Why Ford Didn't Disappoint in January
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Ford posted January auto sales that were below some analysts expectations. Still, the company sold 7.3% more cars this January than last, and the outlook for the full year remains bright. Brendan touches on what these sales numbers mean for Ford and its competitors.
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