Re: Chrysler blame games heats up, by Grace Macaluso, March 6.
Let me start by saying that I think Sergio Marchionne and Reid Bigland are two of the top six automobile executives in the business. 212 more words
The federal and Ontario governments say they are keeping the door open to Chrysler Group CEO Sergio Marchionne to resume negotiations for government funding for a multibillion-dollar investment at its plants in Windsor and Brampton, but at least one industry observer thinks that possibility is dead in the water. 839 more words
With the Chrysler subsidy-free manifesto, maybe it’s the beginning of the end of the subsidy game
The full shocking horror of Chrysler’s decision to begin allocating capital to expanding auto manufacturing operations in the Ontario cities of Windsor and Brampton has yet to sink in. 834 more words
By Gary McNamara
It is with growing dismay I have observed the “political football” match taking place in this province (to use Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne’s words) over the proposed assistance in support of Chrysler’s plan for a massive, multibillion-dollar investment in two Ontario assembly plants. 480 more words
After Vladimir Putin, the most intriguing message of the week may have been delivered by Sergio Marchionne, chief executive of Chrysler Group LLC.
Mr. Marchionne let it be known the automaker is no longer seeking $700 million in government “assistance” for its $3.6 billion plan to expand two assembly plants in Ontario. 761 more words