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  1. FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is quite serious on this consolidation of the automotive industry. Last month, it was reported that Marchionne emailed General Motors CEO Mary Barra about a possible tie up and wanting to meet back in March. Barra rejected this idea outright. But this isn't stopping Marchionne. The Wall Street Journal reports Marchionne is turning to activist investors to compel GM into this idea. There is prescient for this idea as earlier in the year, a group of investors approached GM to buy back $8 billion of their stock. Through negotiation, GM agreed to buy back $5 billion of stock. The other prescient goes back to 2006 when Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn teamed up with activist investor Kirk Kerkorian to have GM join the alliance with Nissan and Renault. After weeks of discussion, GM declined to join. If this idea goes no where, Marchionne has a Plan B. Bloomberg has learned from sources that there is a fallback option where Marchionne could talk to other automakers. Such automakers include Volkswagen, Mazda, and PSA Peugeot-Citroen. Source: The Wall Street Journal (Subscription Required), Bloomberg View full article
  2. FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is quite serious on this consolidation of the automotive industry. Last month, it was reported that Marchionne emailed General Motors CEO Mary Barra about a possible tie up and wanting to meet back in March. Barra rejected this idea outright. But this isn't stopping Marchionne. The Wall Street Journal reports Marchionne is turning to activist investors to compel GM into this idea. There is prescient for this idea as earlier in the year, a group of investors approached GM to buy back $8 billion of their stock. Through negotiation, GM agreed to buy back $5 billion of stock. The other prescient goes back to 2006 when Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn teamed up with activist investor Kirk Kerkorian to have GM join the alliance with Nissan and Renault. After weeks of discussion, GM declined to join. If this idea goes no where, Marchionne has a Plan B. Bloomberg has learned from sources that there is a fallback option where Marchionne could talk to other automakers. Such automakers include Volkswagen, Mazda, and PSA Peugeot-Citroen. Source: The Wall Street Journal (Subscription Required), Bloomberg

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