Chrysler IPO

Chrysler Shares Could Soon Be On the Market Again

When Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne took over Chrysler in 2009, it was considered a forgone conclusion that, eventually, he'd take the company public in an initial public offering. But now, Marchionne says the odds of an IPO are merely 50-50.

Is Chrysler IPO Delay an Auto Industry Warning?

Chrysler's IPO may be delayed, according to CEO Sergio Marchionne. He claims the decision will be based on the cash needs of the company and payments to the UAW healthcare trust. But is it really a sign of larger problems in the industry?

Chrysler Finds It Can Be Profitable Selling Fewer Cars

The smallest of the Detroit Three, Chrysler has made substantial strides in turning around its business, including lowering the number of vehicles it needs to sell to make a profit. The automaker had pegged 1.65 million as its operating break-even point, but has just lowered this to about 1.5 million vehicles.