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Former Chrysler CEO Lee Iacocca has died at age 94

by Associated Press Jul 3, 2019
In his 32-year career at Ford and then Chrysler, Iacocca helped launch some of Detroit’s best-selling and most significant vehicles, including the minivan, the Chrysler K-cars and the Ford Escort.
Lee Iacocca, Founding Chairman of The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc., speaks during the 2004 Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards April 21, 2004 at the Ellis Island Museum in New York City.
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Why American auto companies no longer want to sell actual cars

by Janet Nguyen Nov 26, 2018
The Big Three — Ford, GM and Chrysler — are moving away from car sales in the U.S. and instead focusing on bigger vehicles like SUVs and pickup trucks for the American market.
Chevrolet Cruze cars offered for sale in Lyons, Illinois.
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How Fiat Chrysler moves on without its iconic CEO Sergio Marchionne

by Andy Uhler Jul 26, 2018
He was credited with turning around both Fiat and Chrysler.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne.
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Detroit carmakers cut production amid sales slump

by Adam Allington Aug 1, 2017
July sales are down across the board for the Detroit Three automakers, 15.5 percent for GM, 10 percent for Chrysler and 7.5 percent for Ford. That makes seven straight months of declines for the U.S. auto industry at large. Now,…

Is generosity enough to prop up this post-recession town?

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Apr 19, 2017
Janesville, Wisconsin's resources are stretched thin after GM left the city and took jobs with it.
“I wanted to tell the story of a perfectly ordinary place that had lost a slew of jobs in the Great Recession,” said author Amy Goldstein.
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More car makers announce billions of dollars in US investment: is this the Trump effect?

by Jed Kim Jan 9, 2017
Fiat Chrysler has announced it’ll invest about $1 billion to improve two of its plants in the U.S. It’ll bring 2,000 jobs as well. This comes after news of other automakers changing their operating plans , like Ford canceling a…

Google might make minivans cool

by Kai Ryssdal May 3, 2016
Because self-driving vans are hipper than regular vans?
One of the cars in Google's new fleet of self-driving minivans.
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Fiat Chrysler contract in doubt

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Sep 29, 2015
Fiat Chrysler workers may not approve a new contract.

Ford and Chrysler sales kicked into gear for June

by Mark Garrison Jul 1, 2015
Car owners are trading up.

Chrysler found liable in crash, may appeal

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Apr 3, 2015
Chrysler is considering an appeal of a verdict in a case involving a 1999 Jeep.