A case for Chrysler's brandAug. 13
Dire profit forecast means 'Confessions' needs another lookAug. 6
Memorials for Marchionne to be held in Italy, MichiganAug. 1
Can a tobacco guy make leap to becoming a car guy at Ferrari?July 30
Ferrari's new boss, Louis Camilleri, has big shoes to fill, but the tobacco industry veteran may have just what is needed to steer the luxury sportscar maker through its next lap, analysts and industry insiders said.
How Sergio Marchionne won the hearts of journalists by breaking PR rulesJuly 30
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne was not one to be controlled. He couldn't be scripted. He said what was on his mind. And in the process, he frequently forced his talented but understaffed public relations team to scramble.
Italian regulator checks on FCA's Marchionne health disclosures, report saysJuly 28
Like a 'comet across the sky': Brilliant, fast, 'then it's gone'July 30
"This is either gonna be magic or tragic," AutoNation boss Mike Jackson tells our publisher, reflecting on his first meeting with Sergio Marchionne. Suspicion blossomed into an enduring friendship that ended too quickly.
Smarts, ambition and discipline vault Mike Manley to the topJuly 30
Can 'the kids' live up to Marchionne's vision?July 29
Sergio Marchionne's unexpected death last week eliminated the chance to choreograph a smooth transition, and new CEO Mike Manley's tenure got off to a rocky start as Fiat Chrysler lowered its earnings guidance for the year and shares dropped.
Sergio Marchionne: Improbable leader of impossible missionsJuly 30
Sergio Marchionne came into the auto industry 15 years ago as an outsider, a paunchy middle-aged accountant-turned-corporate strategist with no experience running a car factory. He departed last week as one the industry's most daring visionaries.