Chrysler Group LLC is up and running and, combined with Fiat Auto Group, becomes the world’s sixth-largest auto maker. Fiat has closed its deal to acquire 20% of bankrupt Chrysler LLC, saying the new auto maker “will begin operations immediately.” The development follows a U.S. Supreme Court move late Tuesday to lift a stay preventing the transaction. The decision scuttled objections that threatened Fiat’s proposed acquisition of bankrupt Chrysler’s primary assets. The auto maker now ...

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