Ford continues to move along in the midst of a challenging auto market. Europe, in particular, is troubling -- the company announced last year that it would close three factories and cut at least 6,200 jobs there. But there is some good news for the iconic American automaker: its Ford Focus was recently named the top-selling car in the world. Before an accounting change reflected a 72% net loss, Ford's full year net income was down from 2011 by about 6%, at $5.7 billion.
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