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|07-28-2015 10:01 AM|
I'm not going to "pick sides" on this one.
So much "politics" involved in the government and all their "departments" on how they handle individual cases, and what type of axe, if any, is swung.
That said, there's a ton of "politics" in FCA that lead to this axe getting swung. Sometimes a "Corporate Mindset" gets challenged, and this time it was the government that has questioned this mindset.
Personally, I'm not happy with either side, but each made their own decisions, and now it has to be dealt with.
|07-28-2015 09:49 AM|
Now a co. like FCA may report nonsense to the media but that's a whole different issue than the CPA's firms reports.
|07-28-2015 09:27 AM|
|07-28-2015 09:25 AM|
|salvy59||GM issue has fixed all that all ready lol the answer is No!!|
|07-28-2015 09:21 AM|
FCA can easily afford this fine.
As far as not being able to R&D fixes, FCA's financial reports don't suggest they are in that bad of condition.
|07-28-2015 09:14 AM|
|Frank Julian||If these cars go back before the bankruptcy can't FCA (Fiat) claim they were not part of the company then and that the "New Chrysler" is a different company from the one that did this?|
|07-28-2015 09:09 AM|
2. It levied against a company that can't afford research & development.
Pennies it's not.
|07-28-2015 09:03 AM|
The media keeps referring to the fine as being big - it isn't.
$105M represents only pennies a share and is like one of us getting a $30 parking ticket.
|07-28-2015 07:54 AM|
|07-27-2015 08:05 AM|
|19johned53||Karma can suck!|
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