Tags » Sergio Marchionne

THE DEMISE OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

STUDENTS ENTERING traditional automotive engineering programs today may be the last generation of this noble profession. If predictions about future automobiles are correct, the only discipline surviving will be body engineering, the integration of exterior panels and interiors onto preexisting platforms. 594 more words

Driving It Tomorrow

Sounds like pension double speak

Polls show that Ontarians favour Kathleen Wynne’s proposed Ontario Pension Plan. But the average person will hear only the word “increase,” without asking who will pay for it? 289 more words

Letters

Windsor Assembly Plant fills job openings

FCA Canada has hired an additional 300 hourly workers over the past several months as the Windsor Assembly Plant gears up for production of the next-generation minivan, according to a source familiar with the company’s plan. 189 more words

Windsor

Ferrari is set to go public early next year

This article has been corrected.

Ferrari will soon hit the road as a standalone company on the New York Stock Exchange.

The IPO is expected by early 2016, according to… 183 more words

There's Something About Mary

Has FCA’s on-off romance with GM entered a new phase?

Last week two seemingly unrelated news items landed, which taken on face value elicited only mild interest. 520 more words

... Is Now

This auto company makes car buyers happiest

Here’s the latest victory for Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne. The auto manufacturer — which makes Fiat, Dodge, Jeep and Ram vehicles — got the highest marks in a new consumer survey. 490 more words

Autos

Local employment situation is bleak

Re: Windsor most unemployed city in Canada for more than five years, by Carolyn Thompson, July 11.

According to The Star, Windsor has led the country with the highest unemployment rate in Canada for 66 months since 2001. 259 more words

Windsor