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Ford CEO Mulally's compensation rose 10.7 percent in 2013

By Bernie Woodall DEARBORN, Michigan (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co <F.N> Chief Executive Alan Mulally got a healthy raise in 2013 as his total compensation jumped 10.7 percent to $23.2 million, based in part on bonuses related to his performance as well as that of the company, the automaker said on Friday.

Ford CEO eyes long view, but still engaged in day to day

By Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT (Reuters) - Alan Mulally, credited with reviving Ford Motor Co's <F.N> fortunes, emphasized on Tuesday that he remains deeply engaged in day-to-day operations as well as setting the second-largest U.S. automaker's long-term strategy. "I'm still doing everything I did," he told reporters in a wide-ranging conversation on the sidelines of the Detroit auto show. "I'm just spending more time on the longer term issues and I'm right there on the day-to-day issues. I'm the CEO."

Ford CEO Mulally puts end to Microsoft speculation, to stay at Ford at least through 2014

DEARBORN, Mich. - All eyes will be on Ford's new vehicles — not its CEO — at the Detroit auto show next week. CEO Alan Mulally finally put to rest rumours that he will leave Ford to run Microsoft. Mulally said Tuesday he'll stay at the Dearborn-based automaker through at least the end of this year. "I would like to end the Microsoft speculation because I have no other plans to do anything other than serve Ford," Mulally told The Associated Press in an interview.

Microsoft close to naming CEO, Ford's Mulally stays put

(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp <MSFT.O> is closer to naming a new chief executive, according to a source familiar with the board's thinking, but it lost a front-runner candidate on Tuesday when Ford Motor Co's <F.N> chief, Alan Mulally, said he would not be going to the software giant. Mulally's comments reignited the guessing game over who will take over at Microsoft, following the elimination in December of another reported candidate, Qualcomm Inc's <QCOM.O> Steve Mollenkopf.

Exclusive: Ford board aims to pin down CEO Mulally's plans

By Deepa Seetharaman and Nadia Damouni DETROIT/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co's board of directors plans to press Chief Executive Alan Mulally soon for a decision on his future, as speculation intensifies that he may be offered the job of CEO at Microsoft Corp. Mulally, 68, is one of a handful of candidates still in contention for the Microsoft role, according to several sources close to the technology giant, and he has not tried to dispel talk that he is interested in the job.

Ford's Mulally won't dismiss Boeing, Microsoft speculation

By Norihiko Shirouzu and Paul Ingrassia WUHAN, China (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co <F.N> Chief Executive Alan Mulally repeatedly declined to dismiss reports that he was approached to run Microsoft Corp <MSFT.O> and speculation that he may be in line for a leadership role at Boeing. "I love serving Ford" was Mulally's repeated comment on the sidelines of an auto conference in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, when asked if he had been approached either directly or indirectly to lead either of those companies.

CEO Mulally 'focused' on setting Ford's long-term vision: executive

By Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co <F.N> Chief Executive Alan Mulally, a turnaround expert who is being mentioned as a candidate for Microsoft Corp's <MSFT.O> top job, remains "absolutely focused" on crafting the No. 2 U.S. automaker's long-term strategy, a top executive said on Friday. Mulally attends Ford's weekly executive meetings "pretty regularly," Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields told reporters at a fundraising event in Detroit for the charity United Way.

Ford to pay CEO Mulally bonus after retirement -filing

By Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co will pay a bonus to Chief Executive Alan Mulally after he leaves the company, in a nod to his role in revitalizing the second-largest U.S. automaker since his hiring in 2006. Ford agreed to give Mulally a lump sum that would be four times what the company contributed to his retirement plans during his tenure, according to a Feb. 13 pact included in Ford's annual regulatory filing on Tuesday.
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