Last week, in Part 1 of his Energy Series, Jeremy mentioned that Ford posted a $12 billion loss for 2006. This week’s Harper’s Weekly Review puts this number in perspective, noting that the $12.7 billion loss is

the largest in its 103-year history, and equivalent to the GDP of Jordan. Asked about his plans for the company, CEO Alan R. Mulally said, “At the top of the list, I would put dealing with reality.”

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