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Do you have a story to tell?
April 9, 2014 6:50 AM
Everyone loves a good story and there’s certainly no shortage of online sources for information these days.
But if you’re looking for stories about Chrysler, our brands and our vehicles – there’s just one place to go: Chrysler On Demand.
It launched just a week ago, and if you haven’t bounced around it yet, take a few minutes and give it a go. You’ll find company links to stories, media links to vehicle reviews and links to consumer-generated content – YOUR stories.
To be part of...
Welcome to Chrysler on Demand
by Ed Garsten
April 2, 2014 6:00 AM
VEBA agreement 'an historic moment'
by Blog Editor
January 2, 2014 8:14 AM
Note: Shortly after the Jan. 1 news broke of the agreement between FIAT and the UAW regarding the VEBA Trust, all Chrysler Group employees received the news via email, from Fiat S.p.A Chairman John Elkann and Chrysler Group Chairman/CEO and Fiat S.p.A. CEO Sergio Marchionne.
In a spirit of corporate transparency, we have published it in its entirety below.
We are writing to you today with the emotion that comes from having worked for the last four and a half years to achieve industrial and cultural integration and now seeing it...
Record-Setting Matchmaker Event Pairs Purchasing With Minority Suppliers
by Jen Herman
September 13, 2013 9:34 AM
Tech Plaza, in the Chrysler Technical Center, is the closest thing we have to a town square. With its soaring four-story atrium and expansive open space, it's a perfect place for a major meet-up.
Not Exactly, Tesla
May 22, 2013 8:21 PM
On May 22, 2013, Tesla, a California-based EV manufacturer, said it has repaid a DoE loan adding: “Tesla will be the only American car company to have fully repaid the government.” (http://www.teslamotors.com/about/press/releases/tesla-repays-department-energy-loan-nine-years-early).
The information is unmistakably incorrect. It’s pretty well-known that almost exactly two years ago – May 24, 2011 – Chrysler Group LLC repaid (in full and with interest) U.S. and Canadian government loans more than six years ahead of schedule.
Question: short memory or short-circuit?