Alfa Romeo won't use incentives as brand puts panache over salesJune 23, 2017
Ferrari, Aston Martin, Maserati sales soar in China as rich snub austerity pushApril 20, 2017
Sales of high-end sports cars from automakers including Ferrari, Aston Martin, Maserati and McLaren are soaring in China, four years after China's President Xi Jinping started cracking down on corruption and conspicuous consumption in the world's No. 1 market.
First Shift: Automakers take case to new EPA bossFeb. 22, 2017
Fiat Chrysler scraps Alfa Giulia Sport WagonFeb. 10, 2017
FCA counts on Stelvio to boost Alfa salesNov. 21, 2016
The 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio -- the first crossover from the resurrected brand and key to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' hopes of restoring Alfa Romeo to global relevance -- features a trim lineup that puts German competitors squarely in its sights.
Bigland: Other FCA brands could use Alfa platformNov. 21, 2016
Bigland may face charges in sales probe, report saysSept. 12, 2016
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' top North American sales executive, Reid Bigland, could face personal charges as part of the ongoing federal probe into whether the automaker fraudulently hyped its monthly sales, Bloomberg reported.
AutoNews Now: FCA's Bigland on hot seat, report saysSept. 8, 2016
Fiat Chrysler's rising star executive swept up in criminal probe, report saysSept. 8, 2016
Reid Bigland, the 49-year-old head of U.S. sales for Fiat Chrysler and CEO of FCA Canada, is at the center of U.S. criminal and regulatory investigations into whether the company fraudulently hyped its monthly sales numbers, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
First Shift: '17 Fords to get Apple, AndroidJuly 25, 2016
FCA will get up to $66.5 million from Ontario for r&d, Pacifica-related trainingJune 15, 2016
Bigland's in the crosshairsJune 6, 2016
Adding global responsibility for Alfa Romeo and Maserati to an already full plate as head of FCA's U.S. sales and CEO of FCA Canada seems like a clear test of Reid Bigland's potential. Saying it's going to be tough is an understatement.