Sergio Marchionne

Marchionne Weighs The Future Of Chrysler, Lancia, Alfa Romeo
Marchionne Weighs The Future Of Chrysler, Lancia, Alfa Romeo

One month ago, a popular rumor suggested that Jeep would soon be the only Chrysler brand sold overseas. Now, a contradictory bit of gossip says that Chrysler/Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne may ditch the Lancia nameplate and sell those vehicles in Europe as Chryslers. There's also talk of potential...Read More»

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GM On The Fast Track: Saab Sold Or Shuttered By December 31

When the Saab sale to Koenigsegg fell through last week, a variety of sources lay the blame at GM's feet -- specifically, the way those feet were dragging. That same snail's pace approach to business may be partly responsible for Fritz Henderson's abrupt dismissal yesterday. But if a new statement...Read More»

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Chrysler Retools Its EV Program, Possibly For The Better

Last week, Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne unveiled the company's five-year recovery plan. This week, we've received details about Chrysler's electric vehicle program, which has been given a fairly extreme makeover and a new direction. Most notably, Chrysler's EV development initiative -- known as...Read More»

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New Chrysler Logo Leaked, Approved By U.S. Patent Office

Today's the Big Day for the Chrysler Group, LLC: the day Sergio Marchionne unveils the new company's five-year recovery plan. Of course, like any CEO worth his bespoke suit, Marchionne understands the importance of being dressed to make a good first impression, so Chrysler has been given a sleek...Read More»

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Rumor: Jeep To Be The Only Chrysler Brand Sold Overseas

Tomorrow marks the big unveiling of Chrysler's five-year recovery plan. There's been a lot of speculation about the company's new strategy, and now comes a bit more: sources familiar with the recovery document say that CEO Sergio Marchionne will scrap plans to sell most Chrysler brands outside...Read More»

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Chrysler Offers Buyout Option To 23,000 U.S. Workers

In just two days, Sergio Marchionne will reveal his five-year recovery plan for Chrysler. While much of that plan revolves around slimmed-down lineups, more focused brands, and new and improved products based on Fiat vehicles, it's also likely to involve some tinkering with Chrysler's workforce and...Read More»

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Chrysler Profitable In Two Years, Says CEO

The recently announced alliance with Fiat notwithstanding, Chrysler's current position in the market is regarded as precarious by buyers and analysts alike. New CEO Sergio Marchionne is more optimistic, however, stating that Chrysler will be profitable within the next two years. Early next month...Read More»

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Fiat Laying The Groundwork For Chrysler's European Future

Fiat may have concerns about its new bride's housekeeping and checkbook-balancing skills, but it's making aggressive plans for Chrysler's future in Europe, and CEO Sergio Marchionne has announced that Euro-market Chryslers will soon be manufactured at an Italian facility Fiat acquired from Bertone...Read More»

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Report: Jim Press Leaving Chrysler Deputy CEO Position

  It's not uncommon for a new buyer to clean house of the old executive staff when a company changes hands. That's more or less what happened at Chrysler once it emerged from bankruptcy and went under Fiat's wing. But one lone senior executive, former vice-chairman and president Jim Press...Read More»

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Future Dodge Viper Might Get Ferrari-based V-10

Chrysler last year tried to sell its Viper sports car—production facilities, tooling, and all—and failed. But the Viper isn't dead yet. If the rumors are right, the Viper might be very much alive in the company's future-product plans—and getting its own Ferrari/Maserati-derived engine. Fiat...Read More»

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