Sunday Aug 24
Wall Street Journal
Fiat-Chrysler Faces Bend in the Road
Sergio Marchionne's master plan for Fiat SpA and Chrysler faces an important bend in the road, as the Italian auto maker will find out if it garnered enough support to reorganize the group and get better access to U.S. capital markets amid an ambitious business plan.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
FCA names Chrysler sales leader as North American Alfa Romeo boss
Chrysler Group LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fiat SpA, has moved to appoint its US sales chief as leader of the renascent Alfa Romeo brand in North America.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Fiat Chrysler five-year business plan endangered by possible merger delay
The plans to make the seventh largest automaker in the world a true global player could be endangered if the long-awaited merger gets somehow delayed.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Fiat to keep 500 million euro merger limit
Fiat SpA has announced the company has no intentions of calling another shareholders meeting to axe, raise or modify the already set 500 million euro cap it established for stake owners that want to bail out.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Chrysler Creates New Unit Focused on Vehicle Safety
Chrysler Group LLC has created a new unit focused on vehicle safety and regulatory compliance as auto recalls attract renewed scrutiny amid U.S.probes of rival General Motors Co.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
FCA merger waiting on shareholder buy out
The shareholders meeting held in the beginning of the month voted in favor of the merger between Fiat SpA and its US subsidiary Chrysler Group LLC, but the company now needs to wait and see if the process will ultimately complete as planned.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Fca Ceo blames the media for share sell off
Fiat Chrysler's chief executive Sergio Marchionne has thrown the blame for the recent share sell-off on the media, accusing the press stories to be overblown and generally featuring a "lack of understanding" of the ongoing merger.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
The Washington Post
Fiat Falls on Speculation Chrysler Merger Prompts Investor Exits
Fiat SpA fell to a seven-month low amid investor speculation that the Italian carmaker's merger with its Chrysler unit is at risk as stake sales by shareholders opposing the deal may exceed what the company is willing to pay.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
New chapter for Fiat Chrysler
THE decision marks the end of an era in Italy as Fiat - founded 115 years ago by Giovanni Agnelli - exits the country, at least as a company officially incorporated there.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
The Washington Post
Fiat Says Ciao to Italy as Merger With Chrysler Ends Era: Cars
Fiat SpA, Italy's largest manufacturer and a symbol of the country's struggle to adapt to globalization, is leaving home after 115 years.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Fiat investors likely to approve Chrysler merger
Fiat S.p.A.'s shareholders will likely approve the auto maker's merger with Chrysler Group L.L.C. when they meet in Italy for the last time on Friday, Aug. 1. Industry watchers expect Fiat to win the two-thirds majority vote needed for a merger that will create the world's seventh largest auto maker because its biggest shareholder, Exor, the ... (more)
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Fiat profit falls on weak Europe, Latam sales
Fiat SpA, the parent of Chrysler Group LLC, said profit plunged in the second quarter as weak results in Europe and Latin American together with a tax charge related to U.S. earnings wiped out improvements in Asia and an increase in sales of luxury Ferrari and Maserati models.
Fiat reports drop in second-quarter sales
Fiat SpA, whose shareholders vote in two days on merging the Italian carmaker with U.S. unit Chrysler Group LLC, reported profit that missed estimates as sales fell in Brazil, the company's second-biggest market.