Ford to Pay Extra Dividend After Record Adjusted Pretax Profit

Ford Motor Co. said it expects a record pretax adjusted pretax profit when it reports 2015 results later this month. This year should be as good or better, the automaker said in a statement on its website.

The company is also paying a special dividend of 25 cents a share, returning $1 billion to investors, in addition to a continued 15 cent quarterly dividend.

Ford, based in Dearborn, Michigan, will give further details Tuesday evening when it presents at the Deutsche Bank Global Auto Industry Conference.

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