Ford (F) has been in the auto business since 1908. And from the Model-T to the F-Series pick up trucks, they have been producing cars we want to drive for a very long time.

Shareholders of the stock have not been as happy.  

In 1956, Ford went public and at the time, it was the largest IPO in history, but the road has been rocky as of late.  The company is in the midst of layoffs and recently said it was going to focus on pickups, SUVs, and crossover vehicles only.

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