Mark Fields was named the Chief Executive Officer of Ford on July 1, 2014. At the time, Ford’s stock was trading at about $US17 per share. It closed at $US10.87 on Friday.
That marks a loss of more than 35% of the company’s market cap over Fields’ tenure. Following the stock price slide, Ford’s market cap is now roughly $US43 billion, trailing GM’s value of $US49 billion. Both companies trail Tesla, which is presently valued at about $US51 billion.
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