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The Star's View: Our auto strategy doesn't work on any level

Provincial and federal politicians keep insisting they have a strategy to grow the automotive sector in Canada, but clearly they do not.

In Ontario, for instance, the Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure has a “dedicated automotive unit that works very closely with our partners in the automotive sector.” 420 more words

Opinion

Alfa Romeo developing new upscale SUV model

A new report finds that Alfa Romeo has begun work on its first SUV model, one that happens to be a decidedly more upscale offering to compete with the BMW X3. 261 more words

Report

Chrysler posts 3Q profit of $611M

Chrysler Group reported Wednesday  a profit of $611 million for the third quarter of 2014, a 32 per cent increase over the same period last year. 482 more words

Business

The Trident Sharpens Its Prongs

Maserati’s 2014 sales gain is astonishing, but is it a false dawn?

One of the reasons the motor industry continues to be such compelling subject matter is its almost limitless capacity to surprise. 690 more words

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Fiat Chrysler to Spin Off Ferrari

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV has announced its plan to spin off Ferrari in an IPO next year by the end of June. The announcement came only six weeks after chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, who had strongly opposed a Ferrari IPO, stepped down after 23 years with the company. 260 more words

Ferrari will soon be a separate entity

Sergio Marchionne is now the Chairman of Ferrari after having ousted Luca Di Montezemolo earlier this month. The latter quit the company after not agreeing with the direction that, Marchionne – also the Chairman of FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles), had envisioned. 271 more words

Auto News

Trading the Bloodstock - Ferrari's Surprising Sell-Off

Or is it?

The world’s least influential motoring blog we may be, but that doesn’t prevent Driventowrite being ahead of the curve every once in a while. 356 more words

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