The Nasdaq website has links to current news regarding Ford Motor Company's stock as well as archives of older ones, according to Nasdaq. From the website, type in the ticker symbol of the company "F" and on the left-side column under Company News, choose Company Headlines or Press Releases.
For example, under Press Releases and dates July 28, 2015 is an article released by Business Wire with the title: "Ford Reports Strong Second Quarter Results; Pre-Tax Profit of $2.9 Billion; Net Income $1.9 Billion." Articles are arranged from the most recent at the top of the page to the older ones at the bottom, and clicking on the title pulls up the full article. Articles can also be filtered by Press Release, Company Headlines or External Sources categories, according to the Nasdaq. Readers can also view the movement of the stock price after the release of the article. For example, Ford's stock price went up by 1.47 percent after the press release of strong second-quarter results.
Favorable company news, such as a positive earnings report, may drive a company's stock price up, according to The Houston Chronicle. Company news that concerns new product releases, mergers and acquisitions, a change of key company executives, dividend payments, and allegations of negligence or fraud also affect stock price.