FCA Replay: 2016 Year in Review

2017 Chrysler Pacifica Wins Affordable Panoramic Category

The annual event showcases some of the best convertibles on the market

read more:  SAMA added a new category this year for vehicles featuring a panoramic sunroof

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Fiat Chrysler reopening Walter P. Chrysler Museum

“We’re really proud of the heritage and the cars that are in there,” said Brandt Rosenbusch

read more: Rosenbusch said interest from employees — as well having enough volunteers to staff the museum — drove the decision to reopen the facility.

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Chrysler Retirees Meet for Breakfast, Discuss Their Future, Company’s Past

The January 25th Detroit Auto Scene published an article about our January 20th Breakfast Meeting!

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Collins, McCaskill Open Senate Investigation into Rx Drug Pricing

The announcement follows a series of media reports detailing dramatic drug price increases

read more: Announce Intention to Hold Hearings

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State-by-State Guide to Taxes on Retirees

Visit here: State-by-State Guide to Taxes on Retirees

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I was overpaid by my pension.

read more: Now I owe $67,000

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In the newly released Total Quality Index, trans-Atlantic automaker Fiat Chrysler was named the industry’s top-ranked manufacturer

In the newly released Total Quality Index, trans-Atlantic automaker Fiat Chrysler was named the industry’s top-ranked manufacturer, with six models, including the little Fiat 500 and the Dodge Charger muscle car, named best-in-segment.

That might come as a shock to anyone who caught a different survey released exactly a month ago by the well-regarded research group J.D. Power and Associates. The annual Initial Quality Study found Fiat at the absolute bottom of 33 manufacturers, with the Chrysler brand coming in just two slots higher. Click here …

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Fiat Chrysler’s Delayed Models May Be Rooted in Sergio Marchionne’s Grand Strategy

Fiat Chrysler’s Delayed Models May Be Rooted in Sergio Marchionne’s Grand Strategy

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU) has sounded lately like an automaker on the brink, an impression reinforced last week by a report citing unnamed suppliers who said the company was delaying future vehicles, perhaps to defer spending. To read more click here.

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Fiat Chrysler CEO Marchionne Possibly on Prowl for a Deal With GM

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Bought or be bought? Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU), would rather not say. What he will discuss is the auto industry consolidation, in which FCA intends to participate.

Earlier in the week, sources told Reuters that Marchionne is determined to execute a major deal before stepping down in 2019, possibly in the U.S. and possibly with General Motors. The Agnelli family, Fiat’s founders, is interested in GM, whose strengths and weaknesses complement FCA’s. For more information read: http://www.thestreet.com/story/13116977/1/fiat-chrysler-ceo-marchionne-possibly-on-prowl-for-a-deal-with-gm.html?puc=yahoo&cm_ven=YAHOO

 

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