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Marchionne continues to increase his FCA stake


Fiat Chrysler Automobiles chief executive officer Sergio Marchionne has recently updated his controlling stake in the world’s seventh largest automaker. He now has command over almost one percent of the voting stake thanks to beneficial strategies brought in by stock grant plan, with the company now preparing to become even more interesting to investor as it readies the spin off of ...
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Fiat Chrysler wants Ferrari to push past supercars in luxury drive
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US: FCA CEO believes UAW wage system incomplete
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Marchionne says FCA open to collaboration with competitors
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne acknowledged that even though his company is not engaged in merger talks with any rival, it has opened negotiations with rival automakers on ...
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New era at Ferrari signaled during traditional Christmas event
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FCA CEO gets more power and money thanks to increased voting rights
Long-running Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne has more power than ever in the automaker he helped create after almost doubling his voting stake. He now holds 0.75 % ...

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