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Ford X VP Talks Spin Acquisition
November 8, 2018
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Sunny Madra, vice president at Ford's incubator wing Ford X, joins Cheddar to explain why e-scooter company Spin was a perfect fit.
SoundCloud CEO Announces New Service That Lets Artists Distribute Music Directly
Feb 7, 2019
More Than 1,500 People Injured in E-Scooter Crashes Since Late 2017: Consumer Reports
E-scooters may be more dangerous than previously thought. for the first time ever, national crash data from e-scooter ride-share companies has been revealed, and the results indicate there is a long road ahead for companies such as bird and lime to create a safer product. Ryan Felton, Health & Safety Investigative Writer, Consumer Reports, joined to explain the significance of the results.
Dec 12, 2018
Scooter Company Spin Grows After $100 Million Ford Purchase
As one of many scooter companies racing to the top, Spin says it's working to be the one that's here to stay. Euwyn Poon, co-founder and president of Spin, explains what makes Spin stand out from the competition after Ford's $100 million purchase.
Feb 7, 2019
Ford's Chicago Investment Is an Investment in America, Ford's Joe Hinrichs Says
As GM makes cuts across North America, Ford is investing. The Dearborn, Michigan-based automaker announced on Thursday a $1 billion investment into Chicago's South Side to expand production of the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator. It will also go toward adding about 500 new jobs and protecting about 6,000 existing ones. "We are really proud of what we do here in America," Joe Hinrichs, Ford Motor Company president of the Americas, told Cheddar. "We are the largest producer of vehicles in America, largest manufacturing employment base ... and a leading exporter. This investment in the South Side of Chicago is an embodiment of what we do in America."