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Death of Dodge Grand Caravan minivan 'overblown,' says Bigland

Reports of the “death” of the Dodge Grand Caravan minivan have been greatly exaggerated, according to FCA Canada CEO Reid Bigland.

“The media have been speculating about the future of the Dodge Grand Caravan for three years,” Bigland said in a recent interview. 567 more words

Business

Fiat Chrysler CEO: Apple and Google may disrupt car industry

”The traditional motor industry would be foolish to ignore moves by Google and Apple into car technology, said Fiat-Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne,” Russell Hotten reports for BBC News. 205 more words

News

Questa non è una ripresa

Traduco un post di Robert Reich, economista, professore a Berkeley, ex ministro del lavoro al tempo di Clinton (l’originale lo trovate nella sua pagina di facebook). 292 more words

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Arrivabene: Alonso not to blame for Ferrari's 2014 woes

Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene does not believe that Fernando Alonso was to blame for the internal issues that blighted the Italian marque’s 2014 campaign. 458 more words

The Importance of the Jeep Wrangler to Toledo, Ohio

Earlier in February, Toledo Mayor Michael Collins passed away just days after suffering cardiac arrest while driving during a massive snowstorm. For the past few months, Collins had been leading one of the city’s most important campaigns– a campaign aimed at ensuring that the next-generation Jeep Wrangler would continue to be built inside of Toledo. 443 more words

Jeep

Voice of #F1 Fans: Why does everyone seem to think that it’s all down to the Power Unit now?

Disclaimer: TheJudge13 provides a platform for Formula 1 fans to contribute and publish their voice on matters relating to Formula 1. The views expressed in Voice of #F1 Fans are those of the contributor and not those held by TJ13. 1,373 more words

Red Bull Racing

Ferrari boss not expecting miracles in 2015

Sergio Marchionne is not expecting miracles from Ferrari in 2015, despite the team’s early testing form.

New Ferrari recruit Sebastian Vettel topped the two opening days of testing at Jerez, while Kimi Raikkonen set the fastest time of the entire test on the final day of running. 135 more words

F1