FCA-Google talks? Marchionne may have dropped a hintThu, 28, Apr 2016
Did Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne tip his hand at ongoing talks with Google earlier this week? During a call with analysts Tuesday as FCA delivered first-quarter results, Marchionne was asked about potential partnerships with nonautomotive companies.
What FCA employees need to hear from their leadersSun, 24, Apr 2016
Fiat Chrysler's year-long obsession with a merger is taking a toll within the company in ways that don't show up on the balance sheet.
FCA human resources chief disputes Automotive News columnMon, 25, Apr 2016
The following letter was written to Staff Reporter Larry Vellequette, in response to his column “What FCA employees need to hear from their leaders.”
A year after 'Confessions,' FCA bosses revive merger talkMon, 18, Apr 2016
Despite being rebuffed by General Motors last year, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles top management remains convinced that a merger between two big players of the global auto industry could save billions in capital.
Marchionne sees Toyota, VW, Ford as merger candidates for FCAFri, 15, Apr 2016
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne sees Toyota, VW and Ford as the remaining potential merger candidates after his attempt to tie up with General Motors was rebuffed.
Ferrari's luxury ambitions may need strategy resetFri, 15, Apr 2016
Ferrari's ambition to compete with luxury-goods brands like Hermes or Prada has failed to make headway in the six months since its initial public offering, raising pressure on the new board to reset the sports-car maker's strategy.
Fiat Chrysler chairman renews push for merger with 'big guys'Thu, 14, Apr 2016
Fiat Chrysler Chairman John Elkann renewed a push to merge the company with one of the auto industry's "big guys," saying savings could top $10 billion a year. Even with developments like self-driving vehicles, FCA's competitors should consider the potential benefits of a merger, he wrote.
Ferrari CEO said to plan retirement when new board namedMon, 11, Apr 2016
Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa plans to retire as the Agnelli family tightens its grip on the recently listed company, Bloomberg reported.
Huh? FCA sold more 'light trucks' than Ford, GMMon, 11, Apr 2016
When the March sales totals came in April 1, they contained a surprise: Fiat Chrysler had, for the first time at least in this century, sold more “light trucks” in a month than either Ford Motor Co. or General Motors.