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June 27, 1989
Ford Unit to Expand: Ford Motor Co.'s First Nationwide unit plans several acquisitions in the near future, particularly in California, its top market, Kenneth Whipple, president of Ford Financial Services, said. Ford Financial Services, which also includes Ford Motor Credit Co. and United States Leasing International, will expand in consumer areas such as credit cards and home mortgages, he said.
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June 27, 1989
Ford Unit to Expand: Ford Motor Co.'s First Nationwide unit plans several acquisitions in the near future, particularly in California, its top market, Kenneth Whipple, president of Ford Financial Services, said. Ford Financial Services, which also includes Ford Motor Credit Co. and United States Leasing International, will expand in consumer areas such as credit cards and home mortgages, he said.
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October 12, 1987 | From Reuters
Ford Motor Co. has announced a $512-million deal to buy United States Leasing International, a San Francisco firm that leases business equipment, automotive fleets, electronic gear, aircraft and railroad equipment. Under the terms of the agreement, Ford will buy U.S. Leasing's 7,384,000 outstanding shares of common stock for $68 each, the companies said in a statement issued Saturday. The tender offer begins Oct. 19.
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October 12, 1987 | From Reuters
Ford Motor Co. has announced a $512-million deal to buy United States Leasing International, a San Francisco firm that leases business equipment, automotive fleets, electronic gear, aircraft and railroad equipment. Under the terms of the agreement, Ford will buy U.S. Leasing's 7,384,000 outstanding shares of common stock for $68 each, the companies said in a statement issued Saturday. The tender offer begins Oct. 19.
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November 13, 1987 | JAMES RISEN, Times Staff Writer
In one of the largest corporate stock buyback plans announced since last month's Wall Street crash, Ford Motor Co. said Thursday that it will repurchase up to $2 billion worth of its own shares. When its latest repurchases are completed, Ford will have spent a total of $4.5 billion since 1984 on a massive stock buyback program designed to reduce its outstanding shares by 25%. Ford, which currently has 248.
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