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.
Marchionne says FCA not in a position to hold merger talksApril 14
Fiat heir Lapo Elkann arrested in New York over false reporting of incidentNov. 29, 2016
Lapo Elkann, grandson of the late Fiat patriarch Gianni Agnelli, was arrested and charged in New York with falsely reporting an incident. Media reported that he was suspected of faking his own kidnapping.
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.
First Shift: Dangerous secret in new cars?June 9, 2016
FCA said to be in talks with Uber as Marchionne seeks tech venturesJune 8, 2016
Fiat Chrysler has started discussions on a self-driving partnership with Uber, Bloomberg reported. FCA is seeking to cooperate with tech firms and last month agreed to develop driverless cars with Google.
AutoNews Now: When car-making meets ride-hailingMay 25, 2016
FCA has no deal to sell stake to China's GAC, Elkann saysMay 25, 2016
What FCA employees need to hear from their leadersApril 24, 2016
First Shift: Toyota, VW, Ford in FCA's sights?April 15, 2016
Ferrari's luxury ambitions may need strategy resetApril 15, 2016
Ferrari's ambition to compete with luxury-goods brands like Hermes or Prada has failed to make headway in the six months since its initial public offering, raising pressure on the new board to reset the sports-car maker's strategy.