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Chrysler merger with Fiat is on track


Fiat said that its merger with Chrysler is on track after a tally of shareholders votes showed there are no derailments to the plan, a crucial step in the Italian carmaker’s turnaround strategy. Sergio Marchionne, Fiat’s CEO, wants to merge the two auto makers into a Dutch-registered company called Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to get on the US stock market. The ...
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Fiat Chrysler five-year business plan endangered by possible merger delay
The plans to make the seventh largest automaker in the world a true global player could be endangered if the long-awaited merger gets somehow delayed. Sergio Marchionne, chief executive of both ...
Investors fearful of Fiat – Chrysler merger delay
Many stockowners are now betting on Fiat SpA’s shares taking a steep dive – triggered by the inability to complete the much anticipated merger with its US subsidiary, Chrysler Group ...
Fiat to keep 500 million euro merger limit
Fiat SpA has announced the company has no intentions of calling another shareholders' meeting to axe, raise or modify the already set 500 million euro (397.50 million British pound) cap ...
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The shareholders' meeting held at the beginning of the month voted in favor of the merger between Fiat SpA and its US subsidiary Chrysler Group LLC, but the company now ...
FCA merger – who was for and who was against
The August 1 shareholder meeting at Fiat SpA concluded with a two-third majority in favor of the planned merger between the Italian automaker and its US subsidiary Chrysler Group LLC. While ...
FCA CEO blames the media for share sell off
Fiat Chrysler’s chief executive Sergio Marchionne has thrown the blame for the recent share sell-off on the media, accusing the press stories to be overblown and generally featuring a "lack ...
Proxy adviser recommends investors to approve Fiat-Chrysler merger
An important proxy advisor – ISS – as well as smaller member Frontis Governance have both recently recommended investors to vote against the merger between Fiat and its US subsidiary ...
FCA merger considered bad for investors
Although the shareholders' meeting that would approve Fiat SpA’s merger to its US subsidiary, the Chrysler Group, looks like a done deal, there are still those who advise against it. The ...
Agnelli family could gain more power after FCA merger finalizes
According to a regulatory filling with the US Security Exchange Commission, the founding Agnelli family could gain even more power within the group once the merger between Fiat SpA and ...

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