Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Saturday appointed Mike Manley to replace the seriously ill Sergio Marchionne as its CEO. Manley, 54, a native of England, has headed Jeep since 2009 and the Ram brand since 2015.
Mike Manley, the second CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has received intensive on-the-job training at Sergio Marchionne's side for nine years and has years of practice running operations around the globe.
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.
Despite fresh rumblings of a bilateral deal between the United States and Mexico, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is convinced that a new NAFTA is best for all three countries.
Nearly 47,000 files of factory records from at least six automakers were found in a data leak this month that exposed several of the companies' trade secrets, The New York Times reported.
Frank Stronach, founder of supplier giant Magna International was officially inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame at a ceremony Thursday night in Detroit.
Toyota may stop importing some models into the U.S. if President Donald Trump raises auto tariffs, while other vehicles will get more expensive. All 408,000 RAV4s sold in the U.S. last year came from Canada and Japan.
Volkswagen Group Canada has formed Electrify Canada, a new company that will build an ultra-fast electric vehicle charging network across Canada. Stations are to be operational in the second quarter of 2019.
The B.C. government says it will ease into allowing ride-hailing services, such as Uber and GM-backed Lyft, laying the groundwork for new rides to enter the market as early as the fall of 2019.
Panasonic said it was unable to determine how much of the cobalt used in batteries it makes for Tesla cars comes from Cuba, a country subject to U.S. sanctions. As a result, Panasonic has suspended relations with a Canadian supplier.