Ready. Set. Gone.
http://10questions.time.com/2009/03/12/ask-alan-mulally/Late last year, when Detroit's Big Three petitioned the federal government for a bailout amid major losses, Ford Motor Company was the only automaker not to take a handout. While Ford is far from healthy -- it lost $14.6 billion last year -- its robustness compared to competitors General Motors and Chrysler is largely thanks to Mulally, who joined Ford from Boeing in 2006. The 30-year veteran of the aviation industry has reformed Ford's corporate culture, struck an important agreement with auto workers' unions and managed to stay optimistic amid the worst environment ever for the U.S. car industry. Most recently, his company unveiled a redesign of the company's flagship Ford Taurus and announced plans to release an all-electric van next year. Submit your questions for Alan Mulally below, then look for the interview in an upcoming issue of TIME magazine.
It will be on the website when completed. Anyone have a question for him?