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Canadian auto union says it's learned its lesson about 'the hug' from last summer

TORONTO — It was the hug seen ‘round the world.

The Detroit Three automakers and the United Auto Workers (UAW) union were settling down to begin labour negotiations last summer. 706 more words

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Unions don't have leverage to threaten Detroit 3 over jobs

“Auto manufacturing in Canada is at an inflection point, and to attract product manufacturing … Canada must compete with the world.”

These are the warnings of Ford’s communications manager and they point to the reality standing in the way of the aspirations of Chris Taylor, president of Unifor Local 200, who thinks Ford should invest in Windsor. 236 more words

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FCA to end U.S. car production by next March

Fiat Chrysler will end production of the Dodge Dart compact and Chrysler 200 mid-size sedans in the U.S. by the end of the first quarter of 2017 to convert plants assembling those cars over to build more profitable Ram and Jeep vehicles, CEO Sergio Marchionne said Wednesday. 631 more words

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In the flesh, er, sheet metal! Jeep pickup spied out for a test drive

It’s the vehicle Jeep fans have prayed for. It’s the bait with which Jeep has teased us for years. And, now, it’s finally reality.

While Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed long ago that a Wrangler-based pickup truck would be headed to America’s streets and trails, somehow the sighting of a prototype makes the whole thing seem more, well, … 75 more words

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Ferrari president: Kimi Raikkonen must prove he deserves F1 seat

Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says that Kimi Raikkonen must prove that he deserves a seat with the Italian team in Formula 1 for next season. 233 more words

Marchionne: Extreme conditions key to innovation in motorsport

TURIN, Italy – Ferrari and Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne believes there should be more freedom for experimentation in motorsport in order to encourage innovation in the automotive industry. 220 more words

Ferrari President Marchionne 'hurting' the team

Ferrari President Sergio Marchionne’s lack of F1 knowledge may be hurting the team according to ex Benetton / Renault boss Flavio Briatore, and the Scuderia must make strategic changes in order to achieve their objectives. 291 more words
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