Business: Crumbs

It is always good fun to compute the output of the Ford Motor Co., the centre of U. S. business romance. The Wall Street Journal from time to time publishes some crumbs of Ford information which its agents pick up in Detroit. That is where these statistics of Ford's year production came from, that the paper published last week:

1921 928,750

1922 1,232,209

1923 1,915,485

1924 1,790,278

1925 1,798,123

1926 1,447,915

The figures for 1926 are frankly based on the presumption that only 40,000 cars were made in December because the Ford plants worked but...

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