Fiat Plans to Invest $12B on New Models to Revive Firm
Fiat SpA plans to invest as much as 9 billion euros on new models to end European losses in three years and revive nearly empty Italian factories, two people familiar with the matter said.
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Fiat Said Near Deal to Start Jeep SUV Production in China
Fiat SpA is nearing a deal to begin producing Jeep vehicles in China after making concessions to its Chinese partner over the manufacturing site, two people familiar with the talks said.
Is an Italian Car Company the Best Way to Profit from China's Economic Growth?
China's list of reforms from the recent Communist Party meeting are intended to empower the Chinese consumer, by having the nation's economy respond more to market demand.
Chrysler IPO delayed until 2014; to trade on NYSE under 'CGC'
Chrysler Group LLC will not be a publicly traded company until next year, according to parent company Fiat SpA.
Fiat: Not possible to complete Chrysler IPO this year
Fiat SpA, the majority owner of Chrysler Group LLC, said the American automaker will not carry out an initial public offering yet this year.
Fiat seen gaining edge with Chrysler valued at $10 billion
Fiat SpA is set to gain the upper hand in negotiations to buy a health care trust's holding in Chrysler Group LLC if the final value for the American carmaker remains around the level being discussed.
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Chrysler Banks Said to Mull IPO Valuation of About $10 Billion
Chrysler Group LLC's advisers are discussing a valuation of about $10 billion for the carmaker before an initial public offering that could take place next month, people with knowledge of the matter said.
UPDATE 1-Chrysler adds four underwriters as it eyes December IPO -sources
Chrysler Group LLC has added four banks to help underwrite its proposed initial public offering, as the U.S. automaker looks to launch the deal as soon as early December, according to people familiar with the matter.
Chrysler brand CEO leaving to Maserati
Saad Chehab, who served as president and CEO of the Chrysler Brand, was named chief marketing officer of Maserati SpA, which is also owned by Chrysler's parent company, Fiat SpA.