After leaving Ford on July 1, auto and aviation industry giant Alan Mulally is named to Google's board of directors and audit committee.
Few automotive CEOs have pushed a company further and faster than Ford's Mulally. As he steps down, we look back at his impact on the Blue Oval.
After months of rumors, Alan Mulally makes public his decision to stay at Ford and not take over as Steve Ballmer's replacement.
Mulally is staying through the end of 2014, says Edsel Ford, a company board director and great-grandson of company founder Henry Ford.
As the search for Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's replacement continues, one of the top rumored candidates says he "plans to continue serving Ford."
Unnamed sources tell AllThingsD that, despite his initial claims to the contrary, Ford CEO Alan Mulally has warmed up to the idea of succeeding Steve Ballmer and is now a front-runner candidate.
Just as Ford's Alan Mulally is said to be off the tech giant's shortlist to replace Steve Ballmer, Qualcomm's Steve Mollenkopf is said to be on it.
New reports suggest Ford's Alan Mulally and Microsoft exec Satya Nadella are ahead of rivals including Nokia boss Stephen Elop in the race to replace Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
Ford's Alan Mulally, Nokia's Stephen Elop, and a couple of internal candidates reportedly make the cut to become the tech giant's next CEO.
Ford co-CEO Alan Mulally and Computer Sciences CEO Mike Lawrie are being touted as Steve Ballmer's replacement, says Reuters.