18.07.2012 [Forbes] - In 2006, WilliamClay Ford, Jr., realized that, despite his last name, he wasn't the right guy to be Ford Motor Company's CEO, so he hired Alan Mulally to take over. Mulally wasn't a car guy (he was from Boeing), so he wasn't the obvious choice. But
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11.11.2010 by Jon Bois Let's go get them again next year, and show them how the NEW AND IMPROVED Lions can play in a regular-season format! Go Lions, WilliamClay Ford, Sr. -- Open letter, Lions president WilliamClay Ford, Sr. Monday, January 30, 2012 ...
<p>In an age where ownership changes and franchise moves in professional sports have become alarmingly commonplace, WilliamClay Ford continues to provide the Detroit Lions organization, its fans and the community with unwavering stability and sound leadership.</p>
<p>His commitment to the franchise is imprinted on virtually every aspect of the organization. By combining one of the finest sports and entertainment venues, Ford Field, and a world-class headquarters and training environment with a strong management team, Mr. Ford has given the organization a structure and foundation that will ensure continued stability and competitiveness on and off the field.</p>
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26.11.2010 by T-Mo The company has introduced an impressive variety of innovative models that have generated tremendous sales figures. Now, if only Henry Ford's grandson, WilliamClay Ford, could do as well with his Detroit Lions. ...
When has anyone seen these historic cars together. They made an appearance at Silver Springs! The first shown, the black car with the canvas top still has the original 368 Y block... - 01.14.2011, YouTube
12.08.2012 [Detroit Free Press] - Joint class: Take a free joint-preservation class and learn how joints work, how to manage pain, medical treatment and physical therapy, how and when to use ice or heat and exercises to help strengthen the knee. 11 a.m. Tue. at the WilliamClay Ford
08.08.2012 [STLtoday.com] - ST. LOUIS • U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay successfully defended a family political legacy on Tuesday. U.S. Rep. Russ Carnahan may have ended one. Barring an unlikely November surprise, Clay will become St. Louis' sole congressman next year after easily
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William Lacy Clay, Jr., usually known as Lacy Clay (born July 27, 1956) is the U.S. Representative for Missouri's 1st congressional district, serving since 2001.Early life, education and career - Missouri Legislature
13.08.2012 [DailyFinance] - Ford (NYS: F) , the iconic American carmaker established by Henry Ford in 1903, is still controlled by the Ford family, via a dual-class share structure. WilliamClay Ford Jr., the great-grandson of the founder, heads the board of directors as
13.08.2012 [Motley Fool UK] - WilliamClay Ford, Jr, the great-grandson of the founder, heads the board of directors as executive chairman. Ford has been through a tough time in the past few years. But while its major US rivals General Motors (NYSE: GM.US) and Chrysler went
13.08.2012 [Salon] - “I hope God gives you the strength and courage to do the job for which you are being nominated.” Governor Hearnes, Senator Stuart Symington, and representatives Leonor K. Sullivan and WilliamClay of St. Louis congressional districts—all Missourians