2014 is going to be a busy year for Ford.
The automaker is planning what they're calling an "aggressive" expansion, adding 5,000 new jobs and rolling out 23 new vehicles globally.
The last time the company grew like this, Dwight D. Eisenhower was president.
This comes after the company's struggles following the financial crisis.
Unlike its rivals GM and Chrysler, Ford avoided a federal bailout.
However, over the past decade laid off and bought out tens of thousands of workers.
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