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.
FCA to spin off Magneti Marelli without raising money, report saysMarch 6
How China's Geely sought to buy FCAMarch 5
The absence of Geely's Li Shufu from the world's biggest auto forums, such as this week's Geneva show, belies his ambitions. A trip by the Chinese billionaire to Italy last May could have resulted in a dramatically reshaped global auto industry.
Missed chance to honor MarchionneMarch 5
Geely held informal talks with FCA before Daimler stock purchase, report saysFeb. 27
Guys, it's not easy to close out a great careerFeb. 26
Sergio's unfinished business: Cleaning up legal messesFeb. 26
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne will leave an indelible mark on the auto industry when he retires early next year. Still, he has some big messes to clean up with many global government regulators before he goes.
Marchionne collects $36 million stock award, $12 million in base payFeb. 20
Sergio's final lapFeb. 19
One thing about Marchionne stands out as the onetime tax accountant and philosophy student prepares to step aside after nearly 15 years running first Fiat and now FCA: The guy knows how to make money.
Marchionne's successor will come from withinFeb. 18
Is Kuniskis ready for the 'woods'?Feb. 12
Some of us tried to read between the lines of Fiat Chrysler's personnel changes last week — the reassigning of Tim Kuniskis, head of passenger car brands such as Dodge, Chrysler and Fiat in North America, as the new global head for Maserati and Alfa Romeo.