FCA, Hyundai in talks over tech partnership, Marchionne saysDec. 2
Fiat Chrysler and Hyundai are exploring a technical partnership, but there are no merger talks, FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne said. FCA also has not made a decision on spinning off its supplier division, Magneti Marelli, and robotics maker Comau, he said.
FCA will press on with Magneti Marelli spinoff next year, Marchionne saysOct. 2
FCA's Magneti Marelli acquires stake in Quebec lidar company LeddarTechSept. 8
Fiat Chrysler considers Maserati, Alfa spinoffs to boost value, report saysAug. 23
Fiat Chrysler is considering spinning off Maserati and Alfa Romeo as well as its components operations as it seeks to focus on mass-market cars to make FCA more attractive for a potential combination, Bloomberg reported.
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Parts shortage to idle FCA's Canada minivan plant, union saysNov. 3, 2016
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Fiat Chrysler, Samsung talks stall amid Note 7 crisis, report saysOct. 12, 2016
Fiat Chrysler's talks with Samsung Electronics over a partnership with its car-parts unit have stalled because the Korean company is focused on resolving the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone crisis, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
Fiat's Elkann says talks for Marelli partner include SamsungSept. 3, 2016
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Chairman John Elkann confirmed the carmaker is holding talks with several potential partners, including Samsung Electronics, to strengthen its car-parts unit Magneti Marelli.