Heading into 2011, Fiat and the Chrysler Group expected to move around 50,000 examples of the sporty little Italian subcompact but due to a slow rollout possibly caused by excessive requirements ca
The biggest number from Chrysler’s 2011 Q3 financial statements is the revenue of $13.1 billion dollars – up 19% from the $11 billion in revenue from the same period in 2010.
Lest one think this review is an automatic bashing of small cars – it is not. They are actually a particular favorite. The problem comes from the Fiat 500c's powertrain.
One bump in the road to getting more money for Chrysler workers has been Marchionne's castigation of King. The auto press refers to the angry note, tongue in cheek, as the "Dear Bob" letter.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Good afternoon to you all.
While "substantial progress" has been made and UAW negotiators bargained for about four hours with Chrysler before the sun came up today to get everything done, they didn't get it done.
The Chrysler Group saw a year over year improvement of 27% compared to last September, placing them atop the list in terms of growth.
If the financials are true, the UAW will have squeezed out $2,500 more per person in bonus money for Ford Motor auto workers than it did for their UAW contemporaries at General Motors Co., where ve
Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October is a very special time when many companies and individuals ban together to make a difference in the lives of those who have suffered with breast cancer or t
In a statement also released on its media Web site, the union for American auto workers said the changes will be "officially" announced in November, but because of widespread speculation "caused by
One hundred and two Fiat dealers will have opened stores around the country by the end of this year for the much-touted return of Fiat to the U.S. Fiat’s relaunch in America started in March.
Sergio Marchionne is a jet-setting individual who moves around the world to run the automotive empire that is Fiat SpA but for the auto boss to fly from Frankfurt to Detroit in order to meet with U
Both General Motors and the Chrysler Group (led by parent company Fiat SpA) announced this morning that they had reached an agreement with the heads of the UAW to extend the current contract as the