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  • Vogue's Talley calls Ford's business model a "new template for fashion."

    Fashion designer crackups raise question: Is industry's pace too relentless?

  • Think of this as rhyming slang; call it Ford's fuddle-duddle; older folks may remember Nixon: expletives, deleted.

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  • Consumer Reports magazine in June called Ford's system "complicated and distracting."

  • Sustained economic recovery remains the uncertain factor that could turbo-charge Ford's profits.

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  • Net cash on the balance sheet is now $8 billion, equating to 16% of Ford's market capitalization.

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  • Ford's profit fell 7.7% on higher costs for materials and new-vehicle development.

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  • Moreover, Ford's loss-to-receivables ratio, which tracks bad credit, hit 0.23% this quarter, its lowest level in a decade, according to the company.

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  • With Ford's stock falling slightly Tuesday, investors were seemingly underwhelmed by headline earnings.

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  • Other big stories, according to Wangers, include Ford's Lincoln luxury division becoming confused and meaning little to potential buyers, Buick having a good, significant car in the LaCrosse but little else, and good news for General Motors --- their Chevy Cruze and Sonic models have great potential for 2012 and beyond.

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  • Ford's union workers are now voting on the tentative agreement reached earlier this week.

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