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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., an automotive group, designs, engineers, manufactures, distributes, and sells vehicles and components. It offers passenger cars, light trucks, and light commercial vehicles under the Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, and Ram brand names, as well as after-sales services and parts under the Mopar brand name. The company also produces and sells luxury sport cars under the Ferrari and Maserati brands. In addition, it produces and sells lighting components, engine control units, suspensions, shock absorbers, electronic systems, exhaust systems, powertrain components, plastic molding components, and after-market products under the Magneti Marelli brand name. Further, the company provides cast iron components for engines, gearboxes, transmissions and suspension systems, and aluminum cylinder heads under the Teksid name; and industrial automation systems and related products for the automotive sector under the Comau name. Additionally, it manages Ferrari racing team; and provides retail and dealer financing, leasing, and rental services, as well as engages in media and publishing business. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. sells its products directly, or through distributors and dealer in approximately 150 countries. The company was founded in 1899 and is based in London, the United Kingdom.

237,709 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/6/15
Founded in 1899

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Total Annual Compensation: €6.5M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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Sergio Marchionne Rekindles Merger Talk With Fiat Chrysler

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (BIT:FCA) and Sergio Marchionne rekindled talk about a merger with General Motors (NYSE:GM) in a new interview with Automotive News. "We're talking about cataclysmic changes in performance, just huge," he exclaimed. His target of $30 billion in EBITDA is backed by Evercore ISI as realistic. He also said, GM is firmly on the record as saying it won't pursue talks with Fiat, going as far as to call the concept a bailout of the automaker.

A Federal Judge Grants Preliminary Approval for Settlement with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV

A federal judge granted preliminary approval for a settlement with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV over a class-action lawsuit for stalling problems in more than 500,000 recalled Dodge Durangos and Jeep Grand Cherokees. The settlement agreement that was unveiled in June and preliminarily approved by U.S. District Judge Dean Pregerson in California covers 526,000 U.S. owners of 2011-13 Durangos and Grand Cherokees. Documents in the suit disclose Fiat Chrysler agreed to recall more than 460,000 SUVs worldwide in late February as part of a settlement of the lawsuit. The company called back the vehicles to install a new, more robust fuel pump relay outside the integrated power module after finding it was possible that the relay within the module could fail and cause stalling or trouble starting. Under the settlement, Fiat Chrysler will reimburse owners the cost of rental cars used during repairs; the $1,100 to $1,200 cost for replacement of the power module that some owners had to pay; and the $100-$200 cost for the replacement of the defective fuel pump relay. The rental car provision is significant because when the lawsuit was filed in November 2013, some owners said they were forced to wait months to get replacement parts that were on back order. At the time the company would not provide rental cars to owners waiting for parts, owners said in complaints filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Under the settlement, Fiat Chrysler agreed to extend its standard warranty from 3 years/36,000 miles to 7 years/70,000 miles for relay repairs. It will pay $3.7 million in attorneys fees and costs. Fiat Chrysler said in court documents that a settlement was 'desirable to resolve, finally and completely, all pending and potential claims'. That was the second recall for the issue. In September, Fiat Chrysler recalled 230,000 2011 Durangos and Grand Cherokees with 3.6-liter and 5.7-liter engines for the same issue.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV to Appeal a Verdict in the Death of 4-Year-Old Boy in a Jeep Gas Tank Fire

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV announced that it will appeal a verdict in the death of a 4-year-old boy in a Jeep gas tank fire, even after a Georgia judge reduced the value of a $150 million verdict against Fiat Chrysler to $40 million. The company said in a legal notice it would appeal the verdict to the Georgia Court of Appeals after the judge upheld the verdict, calling the evidence "overwhelming." The company didn't lay out its rationale for seeking to overturn the verdict in its legal notice. In May, Fiat Chrysler asked a Georgia judge for a new trial after a jury in April awarded $150 million to the family of Remington Walden, who was burned to death when the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee in which he was riding was hit from behind in March 2012. The SUV's design had a plastic gas tank mounted behind the rear axle which ruptured and leaked gasoline, causing a fire. Last month, Judge J. Kevin Chason of Decatur County Superior Court cut the verdict to $40 million: $30 million for wrongful death and $10 million for pain and suffering. Lawyers for the Walden family said they accepted the reduced verdict. The jury ruled that Fiat Chrysler was 99% responsible for Walden's death, and that it acted with reckless disregard for human life in selling the Jeep to the family. The April 2 verdict came nearly two years after Fiat Chrysler compromised with U.S. safety regulators and agreed to a scaled-down recall of 1.56 million older-model Jeeps with the rear-mounted tanks. The recall fix involves installing a trailer hitch assembly to give the tank some additional protection. Last month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Fiat Chrysler as part of a record setting $105 million settlement will offer $100 gift cards to owners of unrepaired recalled Jeeps. It will offer them $1,000 incentives to trade them in. NHTSA has repeatedly criticized Fiat Chrysler for not doing more to get recalled Jeeps repaired faster. Lawyers for Walden noted Fiat and chairman and CEO Sergio Marchionne have repeatedly said Jeeps with rear gas tanks were "absolutely safe." The lawyers said the automaker has settled more than 40 lawsuits; they argued until the most recent case, the automaker had never gone to trial to defend the vehicles. In the Walden case, the parents refused settlement offers before trial, lawyer Jim Butler said. Fiat Chrysler had said the jury's award of $120 million for the life of Walden and $30 million for his pain and suffering were "grossly excessive" and illegal under Georgia law. The company also contends the amounts are far higher than the large awards in Georgia history that have been upheld on appeal. In its motion, Fiat Chrysler said the $120 million wrongful death award was more than 11 times the large such award upheld on appeal in the state. The $30 million pain-and-suffering award is more than four times larger than the large upheld in Georgia. Fiat Chrysler argued that the boy's suffering was brief, and that previously, the large pain-and-suffering award in Georgia was $7 million for a person who was hospitalized for months, paralyzed and endured severe pain. Federal documents show that at least 75 people have died in post-crash gas tank fires. Chrysler has long contended that the Jeeps were no more dangerous than comparable SUVs built at the time.


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