Is the automaker, an icon of brawny American capitalism, among the first to confront an 'era of diminishing expectations'?
The automaker got key concessions from bondholders this weekend to help smooth bankruptcy proceedings, which are expected to begin Monday.
Henry Ford was the very image of the America of his day: idealistic and far too self-assured.
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It will also cut Pontiac, as well as more jobs. But if dealerships and bondholders don't agree to the changes, bankruptcy looms.
So far, Ford is avoiding bankruptcy or a government bailout. Consumer confidence will be most important in securing its financial situation.