Marchionne expresses 'disgust' over FCA-UAW executive conspiracy

FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne expressed "disgust" over an alleged multimillion-dollar conspiracy involving the company's former labor-relations chief, Alphons Iacobelli.


BMW's Willisch to retire Aug. 1 as Americas chief

After 21 years with BMW, including six in the U.S., Ludwig Willisch will retire as the company's Americas chief as of Aug. 1. The retirement of Willisch, 61, had been expected.

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