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The Star's View: Warren, Mich. knows how to keep Chrysler within city limits

Jim Fouts is a happy man. The mayor of Warren, Mich. recently struck a deal that will see Chrysler Group invest US$63 million in the company’s stamping plant, which has been a fixture in the city since 1949 and currently employs 2,000 people. 421 more words

Opinion

Chrysler gets tax break for $63M investment in Michigan stamping plant

A 12-year, 50 per cent municipal tax abatement played into Chrysler Group’s decision to invest US$63 million in the automaker’s stamping plant in Warren, Mich., the city’s mayor said Wednesday. 551 more words

Windsor

Bigland's star at Chrysler on the rise, says analyst

Chrysler Canada CEO Reid Bigland’s appointment to the carmaker’s board of directors  is a sure  sign that he is “very high” on the list of possible successors to Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, Tony Faria, auto industry expert at the University of Windsor, said Friday. 308 more words

Automotive

We could see more aluminum pickups by 2025

It’s no secret Ford is about to flip the pickup market on its head with the next-generation F-150, which is why a new report suggests most pickups will be aluminum in a little more than a decade. 185 more words

Cars And Car Design

Hasty & Superficial: Maserati Quattroporte GTS (2014)

A quick drive in Maserati’s ultimate saloon.

Today I had the chance to experience a car I consider to be among the most disappointing of recent years – the successor to the flawed yet glorious Quattroporte V. 919 more words

... Is Now

Critics worry Hudak could impact Chrysler plant in Windsor

When Brandon Wright makes his door-to-door pitch for votes, the Conservative candidate for Windsor-Tecumseh faces questions about party Leader Tim Hudak’s controversial “corporate welfare” spat with Chrysler Group CEO Sergio Marchionne. 913 more words

Business