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  • The record left by Sergio Marchionne, for 14 years the head of what is now Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), is indelible. But in the outpouring of admiring obituaries are a few unanswered questions. Marchionne, 66, died July 25 in a hospital in Zurich, Switzerland, of two heart attacks in the wake of a operation on his shoulder.
  • The president of Confindustria will be in NYC to receive the GEI Award. The prize is given in a significant moment for Italian economy. She will also be honored at the National Italian American Foundation’s (NIAF) 36th Anniversary Awards Gala in Washington, D.C.
  • Fiat 500 Spot
    Now everyone in the U.S. is looking at Italy’s “cutting-edge technology,” as U.S. President Barak Obama said this past week in Washington. They are looking at Italy because they “have achieved what no one in Detroit could,” namely, they took “a company on the verge of collapse and made it profitable.” Marchionne has a new challenge...