FCA facciamo chiarezza
La vicenda di FCA che chiede il prestito garantito dallo Stato ha suscitato polemiche di segno diverso, con una discussione che rischia di assumere toni da stadio. Proviamo a contribuire cercando di fare chiarezza su ciò che è stato detto, usando un po’ di numeri.
US auto factories likely to stay closed another 2 weeks
Fiat Chrysler is backing off a planned May 4 restart at its North American factories because some U.S. states still will have stay-home orders in place.
The move likely means that factories of all three Detroit automakers will be idled for at least another two weeks as they negotiate reopening terms with the United Auto Workers union.
ENGIE EPS : FCA's Easy Electric Charging Makes Its Debut With Easy Wallbox™ by ENGIE Eps
Charging your electric or plug-in hybrid car at home is no longer a problem. With the Easy Wallbox™, created by ENGIE Eps (Paris:EPS) exclusively for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, you can immediately recharge the new car as you drive out of a dealership, with no changes to your electrical system. The new ENGIE Eps charging device is plug-and-play – just like any household appliance – and is immediately functional: an essential requirement for the spreading of vehicle electrification at home.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Manley received 13.3 million euros in 2019 compensation - filing
DETROIT (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCA) Chief Executive Mike Manley received compensation of 13.28 million euros ($14.45 million) for 2019, in line with a target set by the company, the Italian-American automaker said in a filing on Tuesday.
FCA-PSA merger: the reason why there will be two workers’ representatives on the Board of Directors Fca e Psa
On 17 December the so-called ‘combination agreement’ between FCA and PSA was signed, which will lead in about a year’s time to the merger of the two groups. Much emphasis has been placed in the Italian media on the fact that there will also be two workers’ representatives on the Board of Directors (BoD) of the new group, one for PSA and one for FCA. How can we explain this news?