July 23, 2014

This day in history:
The Ford Motor Company sold its first auto on July 23, 1903, a Model A that Ford himself designed. The company was at that time capitalized at $100,000. By 1927, when the last of 15 million model Ts had rolled of the assembly line, Ford Motor totaled $700 million. Henry Ford distrusted bankers and financed expansion through earnings instead of stock. He systematically bought out other shareholders until Ford Motor became the only individually owned company of its size. read more

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