There's been no demand for Fiat's cars in the U.S. since the 90's, but now the automaker is producing vehicles that are stylish and a much higher quality. Jeremy Hobson reports Chrysler can provide Fiat the U.S. dealer network it needs.
General Motors has been relying on male fantasies about muscle cars to make Pontiac sexy, and it's worked in the past. But in this economy, people are picking practicality over sex appeal. Steve Henn reports.
Chrysler has reportedly told its creditors it will need to file for bankruptcy whether or not it can win concessions from them and the United Autoworkers. But the Fiat deal would still be on. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
General Motors may extend its two-week annual production shutdown into nine weeks as a way to cut costs and reduce inventory. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Renita Jablonski about who the move could hurt.