Business & Finance: Ford v. G. M. C.

If the approaching automobile war between Henry Ford and General Motors Corp. were symbolized in armaments, Mr. Ford would be a cannon and General Motors a machine gun. When a Ford product strikes the market squarely, as did Model T when first shot into a world of pedestrians, the battle is over. But when the Ford product misses, as Model T has been missing ever since economic prosperity in the U. S. caused the public to shift from mere transportation to touring with style, it misses by a mile. Though Henry Ford has added...

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