TURI, Italy – With money in the bank from its split with General Motors Corp. and a new management team at the helm, Fiat Auto SpA has reached what could be the most critical juncture in its colorful history. Even as sales and profits continue to fall, Fiat's new brass is busy reworking product plans and shifting divisions to find synergies and new business opportunities, while revamping the auto maker's distribution network to gain prominence in Europe's major markets. (See ...
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