Marchionne is 'waiting with anticipation' to meet VW chiefTue, 21, Mar 2017
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne said he was looking forward to meeting Volkswagen boss Matthias Mueller to discuss a possible tie-up between the two carmakers but added he hadn't seen his counterpart in six to seven months.
Marchionne has 'zero interest' in pursuing VW mergerWed, 15, Mar 2017
President gives automakers year to push for reset of mileage rulesWed, 15, Mar 2017
Automakers will get another year to dispute fuel economy standards the Trump administration will scrutinize, overruling an Obama-era ruling that the industry is capable of meeting tougher mileage and emissions rules.
Could Opel deal set off a chain reaction?Mon, 13, Mar 2017
VW rejects Marchionne's merger suggestion: 'We have other problems'Wed, 08, Mar 2017
VW Group is not open to merger talks with Fiat Chrysler, VW CEO Matthias Mueller said. FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne had said that VW could be an attractive partner and may be interested in talks following PSA's announcement that it will buy GM's European unit.
FCA working to resolve U.S. diesel emissions issueTue, 07, Mar 2017
Marchionne sees VW bid for Fiat Chrysler as Opel sale seen spurring car dealsTue, 07, Mar 2017
Marchionne says rationale for GM-FCA merger stands, even after PSA buys OpelTue, 07, Mar 2017
FCA Sergio Marchionne said he could approach GM again regarding a potential merger, adding a rationale for a tie-up still existed even after the U.S. rival decided to sell its European operations to PSA.
FCA reveals U.S. state, federal probes on diesel emissionsTue, 28, Feb 2017
Marchionne: Alfa to get 2 more crossoversMon, 20, Feb 2017
The Giulia Sport Wagon may have disappeared from Alfa Romeo's product plans, but Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne says Alfa, which is launching its first crossover, will soon have two more crossovers.
FCA shares jump on GM speculation; Barra still not interestedWed, 15, Feb 2017
How a GM sale of Opel could open door to purchase of FCATue, 14, Feb 2017
Removing Opel from GM's brand offerings could, ironically, make it more attractive for GM to purchase all or parts of FCA, which is still actively seeking a merger partner. That is, if GM were interested.