Ross Kenneth Urken is editor of MainStreet and personal finance editor at TheStreet. He has published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, New York, The New Republic, The Atlantic, VICE, Tablet, Slate, TENNIS Magazine, The Paris Review, The Moscow Times, Forbes, Nautilus, National Geographic, and Newsweek. He previously worked at AOL and appears widely on television and radio. He is a graduate of Princeton University, where he studied comparative literature. For more information visit rosskennethurken.com
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Automotive companies like Ford can no longer idle as simple car manufacturers; they also have to be technology-focused, full-service mobility providers. Enter FordPass.
Ford Looks to Establish Itself as a Tech Company, Not Just an Automaker
Ford can no longer idle as simple car manufacturers; they also have to be technology-focused, full-service mobility providers that can deliver on services like entertainment, smart parking and commercial partnerships.