FCAU - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.

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Previous Close13.71
Open13.77
Bid13.64 x 3200
Ask13.76 x 1300
Day's Range13.51 - 13.79
52 Week Range12.11 - 18.50
Volume4,325,653
Avg. Volume2,922,607
Market Cap27.095B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.70
PE Ratio (TTM)5.91
EPS (TTM)2.32
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.73 (5.24%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-20
1y Target Est18.32
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  • Bloomberg

    Apple Fights ‘Phantom’ Units Claim in $14 Billion EU Court Clash

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. and Ireland’s court room clash with the European Commission finally lived up to its billing as the world’s biggest tax case.A two-day hearing into their appeal of the EU’s record 13 billion-euro ($14.4 billion) tax bill heated up on Wednesday as Apple rebutted claims that Irish units at the center of its fight are just “phantoms” and Ireland hit back at regulators for saying the country would willingly forgo one-fifth of its corporate tax takings.Ireland is the victim of "wholly unjustified criticism of its tax system and its approach" from the EU in "the biggest state aid case ever," said Paul Gallagher, the government’s lawyer, in closing arguments of an EU General Court hearing in Luxembourg.EU officials "have not produced to this court a single example of Apple being preferred to anyone else" and Irish tax law didn’t require Apple to pay any more.Apple and Ireland are battling the European Commission’s 2016 order that ruled illegal a tax deal that saw the company channel sales through two Irish units. The iPhone maker is the biggest target of EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager’s crusade against corporate tax deals that allow big firms to reduce their fiscal burden.Irish BranchesThe five-judge panel homed in on the exact functioning of the Irish branches that allowed Apple revenues to be covered by a national tax deal labeled as illegal by regulators.The EU asserts the units received selective tax treatment that allowed Apple to allocate all sales profits to two companies that “existed only on paper.” Apple attempted to show that each business wasn’t a ghost while saying strategic decisions over products and sales were made elsewhere and profits should also be taxed elsewhere.“This wasn’t some kind of shell company, this was a company doing things in the U.S.,” Apple’s lawyer Daniel Beard responded, citing one of the firms. He said that no critical decisions on intellectual property were made in Ireland.Marc van der Woude, a Dutch judge and the court’s vice-president, had quizzed the EU’s lawyer late Tuesday on what evidence the European Commission had to show whether the Apple units determined strategy or drew up business plans.The business "looks like a phantom company,” he said at one point. Other judges dug into details of how the branches were run and how the Irish government determined that the revenue should be taxed there.The EU’s lawyer Richard Lyal sought to dismiss Apple’s arguments that the revenue at stake should have been taxed in the U.S. where its products are developed."Apple should not now pretend" that its Irish units "make all that money but that only a tiny proportion of it should be attributed to Ireland," he told the court. "All arguments as to tax being paid in the U.S. are completely irrelevant."Amazon, AlphabetA court ruling, likely to take months, could empower or halt Vestager’s tax probes into complicated corporate structures used by many American technology firms. The EU has also scrutinized fiscal deals done by Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc. and may draft new rules to net digital companies’ revenue.The first hints of how the Apple case may turn out will come from a pair of rulings scheduled for Sept. 24.The General Court will rule on whether the EU was right to demand unpaid taxes from Starbucks Corp. and a Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV unit. Those judgments could set an important precedent on how far the EU can question tax decisions national governments make on how companies should be treated.To contact the reporters on this story: Aoife White in Luxembourg at awhite62@bloomberg.net;Stephanie Bodoni in Luxembourg at sbodoni@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Anthony Aarons at aaarons@bloomberg.net, Peter Chapman, Molly SchuetzFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • General Motors (GM) Workers Strike: What You Need to Know
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    General Motors (GM) Workers Strike: What You Need to Know

    With around 48,000 workers picketing at General Motors' factories, this marks the first major stoppage at the company in the last 12 years.

  • FCA US Earns Spot on Latina Style "Best Companies for Latinas" List
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    FCA US Earns Spot on Latina Style "Best Companies for Latinas" List

    The editors of Latina Style magazine have selected FCA US LLC as one of the 2019 Top 50 Best Companies for Latinas to work in the U.S. The Company ranked #14 on the list, which will be featured in the magazine's LS50 Report released in September. More than 800 companies were evaluated for inclusion on the list and this is the 16th year the Company has been included in the Top 50 Report since the benchmark was established in 1998.

  • Tesla Turnaround Catalysts: China and Model Y Progress
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    Tesla Turnaround Catalysts: China and Model Y Progress

    Tesla (TSLA) stock has tanked over 26% year-to-date as of September 17. Let's look at some catalysts that could help it make a turnaround.

  • Automakers’ Growth Outlook: F, TSLA, GM, FCAU, and RACE
    Market Realist

    Automakers’ Growth Outlook: F, TSLA, GM, FCAU, and RACE

    Automaker stocks have seen mixed performances in September. While Ford, General Motors, Tesla, and Fiat Chrysler have risen, Ferrari has declined.

  • FIAT Introduces New 'Scorpion Sting' Graphics for 124 Spider Abarth
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    FIAT Introduces New 'Scorpion Sting' Graphics for 124 Spider Abarth

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. , Sept. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- This year marks the 70th anniversary of Abarth and the 120th anniversary of FIAT Starting at $25,390 MSRP, the Fiat 124 Spider is the most affordable ...

  • This Is How Much GM Could Lose Every Day From Auto Workers' Strike
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    This Is How Much GM Could Lose Every Day From Auto Workers' Strike

    General Motors was hit with its first strike since 2007 — which could cost the largest U.S. carmaker $10s of millions per day, analysts said.

  • GM Strike 2019: 50,000 Auto Workers Walk Out
    InvestorPlace

    GM Strike 2019: 50,000 Auto Workers Walk Out

    GM strike 2019 news is spreading following a walk out of 50,000 United Auto Workers (UAW) members on Sunday night.Source: Katherine Welles / Shutterstock.com The strike against General Motors (NYSE:GM) comes as it negotiates with workers that are part of the UAW union. These members are negotiating for higher pay, better benefits and more job security.The GM strike 2019 is the result of the two groups not being able to come to terms on a deal. GM says that it is offering higher pay and better profit sharing. However, it appears that the UAW wasn't happy with the offer.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe GM strike 2019 is the largest that has happened since 2007 when UAW members spoke out against pay and benefits then too. GM and UAW are meeting again today, but it's unknown if they will reach an agreement this time around, reports CNNBusiness."The fight more is for the future. The middle class has been eroding. We've been losing, losing. We've been making concessions for the past three contracts…" Celso Duque, a GM employee, told Fox Business. "The main issue isn't that they're building in Mexico. The issue is that they're building in Mexico and then shipping the cars up here to sell." * 7 Tech Stocks You Should Avoid Now It's worth noting that the GM strike 2019 is important for more than just GM. UAW members also work at Ford (NYSE:F) and Fiat Chrysler (NYSE:FCAU). Whatever happens here could affect negotiations with those two companies further down the line.GM stock was down 4% as of noon Monday. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Recession-Resistant Services Stocks to Buy * 7 Hot Penny Stocks to Consider Now * 7 Tech Stocks You Should Avoid Now As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.The post GM Strike 2019: 50,000 Auto Workers Walk Out appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Bloomberg

    Elliott Said to Buy Stake in Agnellis’ CNH Amid Spinoff Plan

    (Bloomberg) -- Elliott Management Corp. has built a stake in CNH Industrial NV in a bid for constructive engagement with the truck and tractor maker controlled by Italy’s Agnelli family, according to people familiar with the matter.Elliott, run by billionaire Paul Singer, sees value-creation potential in CNH’s plan to separate the Iveco truck business from its more profitable agricultural machine unit, the people said.The U.S. activist investor, known for its shareholder battles at companies like Telecom Italia SpA and AT&T Inc., bought below 3% of CNH earlier this year, according to the people, who asked not to be named because the holding isn’t public.The stake is valued at around 400 million euros ($440 million) at current market prices.CNH rose as much as 3.8% in Milan and traded up 0.5%, at 10.23 euros, at 4:41 p.m. local time.The investment firm has held constructive talks with CNH’s management and its main shareholder, the people said.Representatives for CNH and Elliott declined to comment. A spokesman for Exor NV, the Agnelli family holding which owns 29% of CNH and 42% of its voting rights, also declined to comment.Marchionne StyleCNH is seeking to replicate a strategy used by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne: unlock value by separating businesses which investors rate at different levels.The Dutch-registered CNH earlier this month unveiled a plan to split its business into two separately listed companies, with agricultural equipment on one side and commercial vehicles on the other.The idea of separating CNH’s truck business from the more profitable tractor unit has been under consideration for years. Last year, then-Chief Executive Officer Richard Tobin said he’d consider spinning off Iveco after further strengthening CNH’s balance sheet.Tobin was a close aide of Marchionne, who championed separating businesses in the interest of shareholders. His strategy helped raise the value of the Fiat empire more than 10-fold during his tenure, with spinoffs of Fiat Industrial SpA, which later became CNH, and super-car maker Ferrari NV. Marchionne died last year.CNH Industrial was created in 2013 through the merger of Iveco producer Fiat Industrial with the CNH agricultural and construction-equipment division.(Updates with share reaction in fourth paragraph)To contact the reporters on this story: Daniele Lepido in Milan at dlepido1@bloomberg.net;Tommaso Ebhardt in Milan at tebhardt@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Chad Thomas at cthomas16@bloomberg.net, Jerrold Colten, Ben ScentFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Electric Pickup Trucks: Could Ford and GM Outdo Tesla?
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    Electric Pickup Trucks: Could Ford and GM Outdo Tesla?

    In the electric pickup truck market, legacy automakers Ford and GM are set to take on established electric vehicle maker Tesla and startups such as Rivian.

  • Retail sales show consumers remain in 'pretty good shape': Economist
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    Retail sales show consumers remain in 'pretty good shape': Economist

    The U.S. consumer is in 'pretty good shape,' economist says.

  • Jeep® Cherokee Earns 2019 Top Safety Pick Rating
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    Jeep® Cherokee Earns 2019 Top Safety Pick Rating

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. , Sept. 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Refreshed Jeep® Cherokee midsize SUV earns Top Safety Pick rating from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Cherokee, the most capable SUV ...

  • FCA US Leads Charge in Automotive Supplier Diversity at 20th Annual MatchMaker Event
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    FCA US Leads Charge in Automotive Supplier Diversity at 20th Annual MatchMaker Event

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. , Sept. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- "Collaborative Growth Initiative" created by FCA US and Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council (MMSDC) to support economic growth ...

  • GM strike risk is high as UAW deadline approaches
    Yahoo Finance

    GM strike risk is high as UAW deadline approaches

    With the contract between GM and its union set to expire at midnight Saturday, experts say the risk of a strike at GM is rising.

  • Ford (F) to Vend Brazil Factory to CAOA, Bet Big on EVs
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    Ford (F) to Vend Brazil Factory to CAOA, Bet Big on EVs

    As part of Ford's (F) restructuring program, it is set to launch 17 EVs in Europe by 2024, including eight this year.

  • Ram Tops All Brands, Four FCA US Vehicles Lead Categories in AutoPacific 2019 Ideal Vehicle Awards
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    Ram Tops All Brands, Four FCA US Vehicles Lead Categories in AutoPacific 2019 Ideal Vehicle Awards

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. , Sept. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- All-new Ram 1500 heads Full Size Pickup category and powers Ram to top brand overall and top Popular Brand Jeep® Grand Cherokee ranks best-in-class ...

  • We Think Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (BIT:FCA) Is Taking Some Risk With Its Debt
    Simply Wall St.

    We Think Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (BIT:FCA) Is Taking Some Risk With Its Debt

    Legendary fund manager Li Lu (who Charlie Munger backed) once said, 'The biggest investment risk is not the volatility...

  • Motley Fool

    The UAW Targets GM in Contentious Contract Negotiations

    The once-mighty auto union is determined to stem the tide of plant closures and job losses at General Motors.

  • InvestorPlace

    7 Automotive Stocks to Buy Now

    News last week that the United States and China would resume negotiations next month sent stocks sharply higher. Astute investors may grow tired from watching markets go up or down on hope alone. Even without any solid trade terms, anticipation of a resolution is powerful enough to move stocks. The automotive sector is a beneficiary of the two countries backing down from tariffs. Currently, China is imposing tariffs on the U.S. with Ford (NYSE:F) most likely to feel the impact.Yet the trade war is not the only reason for investors to buy automotive stocks. Valuations are compelling and some of these companies reward investors with rich dividends.There are seven automotive stocks that investors should buy.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Automotive Stocks to Buy: Ford (F)Source: FotograFFF / Shutterstock.com Since peaking at $10.50 in July, Ford stock fell steadily and recently found a bottom at around $8.75. The company reported a weak quarter but the stock's drop increased its dividend yield to 6.3%. Ford is not without issues. It is recalling 482,520 vehicles in the U.S. because the mechanism that controls how seat backs recline may have been improperly assembled. This news is not a setback: The company is acknowledging a problem and fixing it.In July, the decline in automotive sales in China fell by just 4.3%. But with Ford still losing money in the region, the slowing decline is welcome news. In Q2, Ford said that it saw signs of stability in its business in China. Overall earnings before interest and taxes increased by 19%, supported by a broad-based improvement in market factors led by China, North America and Europe. In China, consolidated revenue grew 48% year-over-year driven by higher volumes of Ford's Lincoln model. Additional initiatives that enhanced capabilities and stronger ties with joint venture partners will lead to stronger performance in the region. * 10 Stocks to Sell in Market-Cursed September Ford stock is worth over $11 if, using a five-year revenue exit model, investors assume revenue growing 1%-3% annually. Similarly, analysts have an average price target of $11.36. This target is achievable if Ford's revenue rebounds in the quarters ahead. General Motors (GM)Source: Linda Parton / Shutterstock.com General Motors (NYSE:GM) shares may have bottomed recently below $36, as it trades currently in the $39 range. Investors flocked to the stock when trade tensions eased. The company reported Q2 results Aug. 1 and included a reaffirmed full-year earnings per share guidance of $6.50-$7.00 for the year. In the period, North American year-over-year results improved, led by growing truck sales. Average transaction prices and crossover delivers rose. Later this quarter, the start of the deliveries of the Silverado with an optional all-new Duramax turbo-diesel engine opens a new chapter in good fuel economy. And the unveiling of the 2020 Corvette Stingray to an audience of 300,000 should excite sports car enthusiasts.GM's Cadillac is in high demand, too. It sold more than 111,000 vehicles globally in the last quarter. It launched a new XT6 seven-passenger model in China and the U.S., giving it an edge over its competition in the high-growth, luxury SUV segment.To align its workforce to demand, GM has jobs for every employee affected by the restructuring. So far, around 1,700 of the 2,800 employees accepted a transfer to plants that support the company's growth segments. So, as the economic slowdown in China gets resolved, GM is in a good position to capture more market share while operating more profitably.GM shares trade at fair value but the stock has a dividend yielding 3.9%. Honda (HMC)Source: Jonathan Weiss / Shutterstock.com Honda (NYSE:HMC) shares bottomed at $23 in August and traded recently at $24.85. Valuations for HMC are even more compelling than for either F or GM stock. HMC stock has a dividend yielding 3.3% and a price-to-earnings ratio of 8.9. Last month, sales were at levels not seen in the company's history. It also set multiple all-time monthly records. Truck sales and passenger car sales lifted total sales to 173,993, up 17.6% year-over-year. All segments performed well, including the CR-V, Passport, Accord and Civic. Even sales of the tiny-but-gas-efficient Fit grew 58% year-over-year.In the first quarter, Honda reported a 0.7% drop year-over-year in revenue. Profits fell due to higher selling, general and administrative costs. Despite the weak quarter, higher research and development spending along with renewed demand should drive sales higher in the quarters ahead. On the balance sheet, higher operating margins from the motorcycle, financial services and automobile business should ensure that Honda meets full-year guidance. * 7 Safe Dividend Stocks for Investors to Buy Right Now Honda shares have a modest upside but also pays a 3.3% dividend yield that will keep investors happy. Cost reductions and favorable raw material pricing will also help the company meet its full-year 2020 targets. Fiat Chrysler (FCAU)Source: bondvit / Shutterstock.com Fiat Chrysler (NYSE:FCAU) shares may not have the same quality levels as a Ford or Honda, but investors are happy with the company's prospects. The stock bottomed close to $12, trading recently just below $14. With a trailing P/E of 6, this stock is among the cheapest. If investors decide the stock is worth a valuation closer to its peers, then the stock might even get to the Wall Street average price target of $19.73.FCAU stock is still enjoying a rally fueled by speculation the company is holding talks with Renault to merge. On paper, merging the two firms makes sense because a bigger company could compete more effectively. It could share costs and technology with Renault. Electric vehicle and autonomous vehicle development between the two firms would prevent the two from falling behind. Fundamentally, neither firm should be kept independent in the name of being a national asset. Both auto firms need a bigger resource pool to compete as global players. A merger should result in a better return on capital.On the charts, FCAU stock is at the cusp of breaking out of a year-long downtrend. A definitive merger would send the stock back to yearly highs. Toyota (TM)Source: josefkubes / Shutterstock.com Close to a 52-week high, Toyota (NYSE:TM) is not an ideal deep-value play. But at a trailing P/E of 8 and with a dividend yielding 3.3%, TM stock may still reward patient investors. In August, the company reported strong 12.3% growth on a volume basis, posting sales of 218,403 units. This is the best-ever August. Hybrid sales increased 68.3% in the Toyota division and 44.2% for the Lexus division, suggesting that investors benefit from the company's diversification from gas-powered vehicles.As the popularity of cars falls, Toyota is bucking the trend by reporting a 15.2% increase in Corolla sales. Highlander sales rose 21.7% while RAV4 sales were up 17.2%.Just as Ford paired with Volkswagen in a joint venture and Fiat may merge with Renault, Toyota and Suzuki invested in each other. Toyota is buying a 5% stake in Suzuki while Suzuki will buy $453 million of TM stock. The companies will share costs related to the development of new technologies, and primarily, self-driving cars. * The 8 Worst Stocks to Buy Before the Trade Turmoil Cools Off In its first-quarter earnings call, Toyota said it will address staff redundancies in the U.S. It will also reduce redundancy in accounting. To increase profit margin above the 8% level by the fiscal year 2021, it will increase the SUV/truck ratio. So long as customers demand such vehicle types, Toyota will adjust its product mix to meet their needs. Navistar (NAV)Source: Casimiro PT / Shutterstock.com Navistar (NYSE:NAV) is not technically a car company. As a truck supplier, its strong Q3 report and analyst price target that is 22% above the recent $25.35 closing price are two reasons to consider this stock.Navistar reported revenue growing 17% year-over-year, led by a 25% increase in truck revenue. Adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, debt and amortization rose 22% to $266 million. The adjusted EBITDA margin rose 8.7%, up from 8.4% last year. The company provided volume guidance for 2019 and 2020. While Class 6/7 and Class 8 units are both up in 2019, it will drop in 2020. Still, the company reaffirmed revenue of $11.3 billion -$11.8 billion.Importantly, Navistar's days sales inventory on-hand is on the decline. The normal range, established since 2014, is 80 days - 120 days. In July, it was at 85 days. The balance sheet remains strong, with manufacturing cash balance at $1.12 billion. It faces no debt maturities until the year 2025 when $1.6 billion is due.NAV stock does not offer a dividend but Wall Street forecasts upside through the three recent "hold" ratings and one "buy" posted by analysts. Similarly, investors may input assumptions in a five-year discounted cash flow growth exit model to arrive at a higher fair value target. Ferrari (RACE)Source: Kharchenko Olena / Shutterstock.com With a market capitalization of $37 billion, Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) is similarly sized to Ford but almost half the size of GM. Although the stock does not pay a dividend,it is growing at a healthy pace.In the second quarter, Ferrari reported total shipments growing 8.4% year-over-year to 2,671 units. Revenue rose 6.8%, adjusted EBITDA was up 8.7% to $346 million and the EBITDA margin was 32%. The company benefited from an increase in V8 models shipped, offset by a drop in V12 models falling by a few units. Geographically, sales to China rose due to a decision to speed up client deliveries ahead of new emission regulations.Ferrari confirmed its guidance will approach the high end of the range on all metrics. Volume increase for the 488 Pista and 488 Pista Spider, Portofino and the 812 Superfast is driving demand for cars and spare parts. Higher sponsorship levels from Formula 1 racing activities is likely contributing favorably to the full-year results.Ferrari does not need a dividend to increase shareholder value. It has a $1.65 billion multi-year share buyback program and will buy back $220.1 million in the second half of 2019. In the first half of the year, it bought back $165.5 million worth of shares.RACE stock is the most expensive of the stocks discussed, with a P/E of 34 times. But it earned that valuation. Its clientele is buying more units, driving revenue higher.As of this writing, Chris Lau held shares of F. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Stocks to Sell in Market-Cursed September * 7 of the Worst IPO Stocks in 2019 * 7 Best Stocks That Crushed It This Earnings Season The post 7 Automotive Stocks to Buy Now appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • F, GM, FCAU, TSLA, RACE: Automakers Tanking in Q3?
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    F, GM, FCAU, TSLA, RACE: Automakers Tanking in Q3?

    Although automakers’ stocks posted mixed performance figures in July, they slumped in August. So far in September, they have been recovering.

  • Ram 1500 First Full-size Pickup to Earn IIHS Top Safety Pick+
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    Ram 1500 First Full-size Pickup to Earn IIHS Top Safety Pick+

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. , Sept. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- 2020 Ram 1500 Crew Cab and certain 2019 Crew Cab models are first full-size pickups to earn Top Safety Pick+ under current Insurance Institute for Highway ...

  • Dodge//SRT Mopar Drivers and Teams Begin Championship Playoffs at Mopar Express Lane NHRA Nationals
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    Dodge//SRT Mopar Drivers and Teams Begin Championship Playoffs at Mopar Express Lane NHRA Nationals

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. , Sept. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Dodge//SRT Mopar drivers Matt Hagan , Jack Beckman , Ron Capps and Tommy Johnson, Jr.  begin NHRA Funny Car championship chase at Maple Grove Raceway ...

  • Financial Times

    Who can fix Nissan?

    For almost a year, Hiroto Saikawa defied gravity. Against expectations, Nissan’s chief executive survived the ousting of Carlos Ghosn, a damning corporate governance probe, accusations that he  signed ...

  • 6 Stocks Paying High Dividend Yields
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  • PR Newswire

    FCA Foundation Sponsors Free General Admission to the Michigan Science Center in Celebration of Smithsonian Museum Day

    DETROIT, Sept. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The FCA Foundation, the charitable foundation of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, will sponsor free general admission to the Michigan Science Center (MiSci) Saturday, September 21 in recognition of Smithsonian Museum Day, an annual celebration of boundless curiosity hosted by museums across America. Free general admission from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. includes access to 250+ hands-on exhibits, live shows, Spark!Lab from the Smithsonian, Kids Town, STEM Playground, Space gallery and more.