Sergio Marchionne received treatment for a "serious illness" for more than a year before his death on Wednesday, University Hospital Zurich said Thursday.
Former FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne suffered an embolism while undergoing an operation for an invasive shoulder sarcoma, causing irreversible damage to his brain function, an Italian business website reported Tuesday.
Fiat Chrysler cut its financial targets after disappointing sales in China took a toll on second-quarter results, marking a rocky beginning to the tenure of new CEO Mike Manley.
Former FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is being remembered in Canada as a man who gave his dealers confidence and hope during a time of great uncertainty. In Windsor, Ont., flags were ordered to half staff.
The $1 billion investment in FCA's minivan plant sparked an economic revival in Windsor, Ont. Sergio Marchionne being Canadian isn't a coincidence.
Canadian supplier Multimatic produced just 138 Ford GT supercars for the 2017 model year, well short of a goal of 250. Ford cited inexperience and minor supplier problems.
Mike Manley has just days to prepare for Fiat Chrysler's quarterly results presentation, an event investors will use to size up the company's new CEO and assess his plan to fill the shoes of Sergio Marchionne.
Ferrari's new CEO will be Louis Carey Camilleri, a former chairman of tobacco company Philip Morris International. He succeeds seriously ill Sergio Marchionne.
Comments by the company and its chairman suggest that the 66-year-old has become gravely ill weeks after undergoing shoulder surgery.
Directors of Fiat Chrysler will meet Saturday to discuss succession plans for CEO Sergio Marchionne, who is on medical leave, a person with knowledge of the matter told Automotive News Europe.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne likely will miss the automaker's planned July 25 announcement of its second-quarter earnings as he recovers from recent surgery, according to an Italian media report.
Unifor President Jerry Dias says he is confident FCA's Canadian plants will survive even though the Chrysler and Dodge brands were left out of the company's five-year business plan last month.