Marchionne plans big shift in FCA's vehicle assembly in Italy, report saysMay 18
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is planning a sweeping transformation of production in Italy that will see FCA abandon the manufacture of the Punto and MiTo small cars in favor of upscale models, Bloomberg reported.
Marchionne berated top spokesman for ruling out cheating devicesMay 14
Marchionne: FCA may 'redirect' Mexican auto exportsMay 11
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said proposed changes to automotive rules by the U.S. government may prompt the Italian-American automaker to shift exports of the company's Mexican-made vehicles.
FCA's plans for Jeep in China went off-roadMay 7
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Fiat Chrysler Q1 adjusted earnings rise 5% to $1.96 billionApril 26
Ferrari pushes possible EV launch beyond 2022April 24
FCA aims to top GM, Ford with better N.A. profit margins in Q4April 13
Marchionne's exit next year puts Fiat Chrysler in play for big merger dealApril 12
Sergio Marchionne spent the last 14 years transforming FCA through a series of spinoffs and mergers from a near-bankrupt Italian conglomerate into a profitable automaker. His exit may open the door for the next big deal.
FCA's Marchionne open to tie-up talks, just not yetMarch 6
Marchionne calls for cooling-off on U.S. trade rhetoricMarch 6
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne called for a cooling-off over U.S. threats to impose tariffs on steel, aluminum and European car imports, warning the resulting "noise" was complicating talks on the future of NAFTA.