Fiat Chrysler's Italian shares regained some of their value after they plunged following pollution accusations, Renault faces French probe.
US Environmental Protection Agency accuses Fiat Chrysler of using undeclared software allowing excess diesel emissions on some Jeep and Dodge vehicles
The grandson of the former Fiat boss Gianni Agnelli faces charges of faking a kidnapping in New York.
European car sales grew by a strong 7.3 percent last month with increases for smaller so-called volume vehicles and luxury premium cars alike.
Car maker Fiat Chrysler is to recall nearly two million vehicles worldwide to resolve an air bag defect that has been linked to at least three deaths and five…
The parents of a Star Trek actor who was crushed to death by his own Jeep are suing the makers Fiat Chrysler.
Google which has been testing self-driving cars since 2009 is going one step further in the development of the technology. It is has agreed with car
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly: another summit is called; this time with leaders from the western Balkans as the EU struggles to find a
Starbucks and Fiat Chrysler should pay back between 20 and 30 million euros in taxes after the European Commission ruled on Wednesday that illegal
Motor manufacturer Fiat Chrysler has been hit with a record fine and will have to submit to stricter monitoring by the US vehicle safety regulator
Renault, Nissan and Fiat Chrysler led car sales in Europe last month but the overall pace of the market’s recovery slowed down. Renault’s sales
It was debut day for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on the New York Stock Exchange. The move is aimed at shifting the car maker’s centre of gravity away
The European Commission’s Competition Commissioner is launching an in-depth inquiry into tax arrangements reached by Apple with Ireland and
Fiat-Chrysler’s boss Sergio Marchionne says the company will list in New York on October 13. It comes after their new merger cleared one final
It is the end of an era for Fiat as after 115 years it will no longer be an Italian company. The carmaker and its US unit Chrysler will become
Lapo Elkann is known for his innovative designs and fashion flair. He is part of Italy’s famous Fiat family but has in his own words, “created my own
Fiat’s shares slumped on Wednesday as it revealed lower profit for last year. It made 943 million euros, down from 1.14 billion in 2012, with sales
Fiat’s 3.2 billion euro deal to gain full control of Chrysler sent its shares shooting up 16.4 percent to hit their best price in two and a half
Shares in Italian carmaker Fiat surged by 15 percent on Thursday morning, with the news that it is to take full control of Chrysler. Fiat already
The creation of a new global auto giant is on the cards after Fiat finally clinched a deal to buy the remaining part of Chrysler it does not already
From next spring Fiat will launch a very unique special edition version of the 500 in the US, a model inspired by the original Cinquecento from 1957
An big asset sale by the parent company of Fiat has raised 1.5 billion euros, and analysts believe it is a sign that the Italian carmaker is laying
Productivity is Italy’s biggest problem and will be the next government’s biggest challenge. Industrial production is down, and labour
Fiat looks set merge with its US subsidiary Chrysler in 2014. Group boss Sergio Marchionne made the announcement at the home of Fiat
Fiat’s latest results showed a reduction in losses in Europe in the fourth quarter, as it unveiled a greater emphasis on the recession-proof luxury
Excess production capacity among European carmakers is now affecting plants in the East of the continent. Fiat is laying off a third of its
Tuesday was a rollercoaster day for Fiat’s share. First they rose after its US unit Chrysler reported an 80 percent increase in quarterly net profit
The head of the car giant Fiat has warned that the European motor industry is facing an outlook that is far from rosy. Sergio Marchionne said car
Car maker Fiat says it will do all it can to avoid plant closures in Italy. It is a pledge that was echoed by the Italian government, after a
Italian carmaker Fiat has again said all bets are off as far as its 2010 “Fabricca Italia” project goes. After stunning the workforce and markets