Motley Fool  Feb 21  Comment 
If General Motors does indeed sell its European operations, it could open the door to purchasing FCA. But will GM? Almost assuredly not, and here's why.  Feb 17  Comment 
ROME (dpa-AFX) - Fiat Chrysler reportedly plans to lay off 3,200 workers temporarily in April as the auto giant moves forward with its plans to spend $700 million to transform a plant in Toledo to build the next-generation Wrangler. The workers...
Motley Fool  Feb 16  Comment 
FCA has been gaining market share in the Old World on good sales of small Fiats and the latest Alfa Romeo sedan.
Motley Fool  Feb 16  Comment 
FCA shares have been rising on hot merger rumors. Here's some cold water to pour on them.
Automotive World  Feb 16  Comment 
PSA successfully harnessed Chrysler Europe's operations back in the late 1970s - can it work its magic again with GM Europe? By Megan Lampinen The post Opel restructuring no simple repeat for PSA appeared first on Automotive World.
Clusterstock  Feb 14  Comment 
Billionaire Chase Coleman's Tiger Global made a big bet on Fiat Chrysler last quarter. The $20 billion investment firm took a new position in Fiat valued at $481 million in the final three months of the year, according to Bloomberg's...
New York Times  Feb 13  Comment 
Trucks from General Motors and Chrysler rely heavily on Mexican labor and parts. If a tariff wall goes up, Ford could benefit at their expense.
Automotive World  Feb 9  Comment 
The all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivan – the 2017 North American Utility Vehicle of the Year – has been added to the list of eligible vehicles in the FCA US LLC Automobility Program. The FCA US Automobility Program was the first in the...
Yahoo  Feb 9  Comment 
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne complained on Thursday about emissions regulations in the European Union, saying that the single market was meant "to avoid this mess". "Bad rules are ...


Chrysler was bought by private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management from Daimler AG in 2007 for $7.4 billion, or one-fifth of the $37 billion Daimler paid in 1998. In addition to the Chrysler brand, the company also controls the Dodge and Jeep brands.

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