Ford Blames Warranty Costs, Weather for Profit Miss

April 25 (Bloomberg) -- Ford, beset by higher warranty costs and bad weather, earned a first-quarter net income of $989 million, down 39 percent from a year ago and less than analysts’ estimates. Matt Miller reports on Bloomberg Television's “Bottom Line.” (Source: Bloomberg)
FIFA Raided in World Cup Probe: The Full Presser
15:32 - Swiss investigators have seized data from soccer governing body FIFA’s headquarters as part of a criminal probe into the controversial 2010 vote that delivered the next two World Cups to Russia and Qatar. Walter di Gregorio, director of information and public affairs at FIFA, gives a statement and answers questions at a press conference in Zurich.
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