Fiat Chrysler talking with many non-core auto players: CEO

Marchionne is keeping an open mind on what the possibilities might be.

read more: “We have parallel conversations with many players who are outside the auto sector…”

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Marchionne reshapes Fiat Chrysler for merger or sale

Sergio Marchionne’s latest reimagining of the company he created could be the highlight of his brilliant career.

read more: Marchionne has long said FCA needs to grow by merging or working with another automaker.

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What FCA stands to gain from outsourcing small and midsize sedans

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ new strategy — basically to get out of the commodity car business

read more: FCA is the only major automaker with net debt

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Fiat Chrysler’s overhaul: What we know and don’t know

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne released a long-awaited business plan update

read more :But many critical questions unanswered as it also raised new ones

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Fiat finds $1 billion in savings from unlocking Chrysler’s cash

CEO Sergio Marchionne has found a way to cut borrowing costs

read more: and help fund an expansion by tapping into Chrysler’s cash.

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FCA’s next boss must survive the spin cycle

Sergio Marchionne says he’ll step down in 2018

read more: So, opportunity knocks for some unlucky devil. 

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Marchionne abandons FCA consolidation efforts

There were no willing, suitable partners.

read more: Fiat Chrysler will lay out a “renewed commitment” this month to its five-year plan

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FCA reports $331 million Q3 loss

Higher recall costs will spur pricing moves to maintain profits, company signals

read more: FCA said it lost money because it booked a $667 million charge

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Fiat Chrysler CEO says merger with GM ‘a high priority’

He did not want to discuss the next steps FCA might take or their timing.

GM has repeatedly said it prefers to go it alone.


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Marchionne puts the squeeze on GM

FCA chief says, ‘I can hug you nicely, I can hug you tightly’

read more: GM’s response: ‘Why bail out FCA?

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