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Marchionne 'satisfied' with Unifor deal

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ CEO Sergio Marchionne said Tuesday he was “relatively satisfied” with the new, four-year contract struck this month with Unifor.

The additional costs generated from the agreement are “manageable,” Marchionne said during a third-quarter financial results conference call with financial analysts. 363 more words

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FCA workers vote in favour of new deal; Ford next

Unifor members employed by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have voted 70.1 per cent overall in favour of a new agreement with the company.

The result came on Sunday night after ratification votes were held over the weekend for approximately 9,750 union members in Windsor, Brampton and Toronto. 1,128 more words


Vander Doelen: Unifor talks enter risk zone

Brace yourselves. Unifor’s 2016 auto contract talks might be on the verge of turning into a very rough ride.

Only a week ago the talks were looking like a slam dunk victory for the union. 815 more words


Windsor plays role in film about U.S. auto bailout

Windsor plays a prominent role in Live Another Day, a documentary about the U.S. government’s $60-billion bailout of Chrysler and General Motors.

In fact, the city’s skyline serves as the backdrop of the film’s opening shot of downtown Detroit’s cluster of skyscrapers. 1,557 more words

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How Fiat Chrysler star exec Reid Bigland landed at the centre of a U.S. criminal probe of auto sales

This should’ve been Reid Bigland’s year.

Under his leadership, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles outsold its competitors in Canada for the first time in the carmaker’s history while enjoying an unprecedented streak of rising sales in the U.S. 1,572 more words


Arrivabene: "This is a team that never gives up" - Ferrari's aim to return to the front

Ferrari’s Team Principal Maruzio Arrivabene believes that the team are on the right track to return to the front of the grid.

At the recent… 408 more words