Ferrari profits rise in second quarter as sales grow
Europe and North America led with 7-per cent increases, while sales growth in greater China more than offset decrease in the rest of Asia.
Sergio Marchionne, who saved Fiat and Chrysler, has died
Unexpected complications from surgery in Zurich.
Fiat Chrysler is shaken without visionary CEO behind wheel
Marchionne steps down early because of severe health problems. Jeep executive Mike Manley is taking over.
Ferrari names FCA chief Marchionne CEO
Replaces long-time CEO Amedeo Felisa, who is retiring after 26 years at the sportscar-maker.
FCA accelerates NAFTA shift from passenger cars
Transition will impact the automaker’s manufacturing footprint across the globe.
Wynne’s business burdens
Adding to the cost of doing business doesn’t help manufacturers and makes attracting investment to the province even more difficult.
Fiat Chrysler quality chief exits after poor reliability ranking
Newly merger automaker fared worst in 2014 Consumer Reports rankings this year.
Fiat Chrysler to drop Dodge minivan, invest in Jeep and Alfa
The company wants to grow sales 60% to more than 7 million cars and trucks by 2018.
Why we need automotive incentives
Competition for investment is fierce.
Automotive reality check
Government participation in automotive investments is a global reality and the cost of doing business.
Dias blames Hudak for Chrysler funding request withdrawal
Automaker to go it alone and will be weighing future investment against competitive factors.
Automakers hedging on pickups as home prices rise
Chrysler’s adding 1,200 jobs at truck and engine plants, while Ford and GM introduce new models