TURIN – Fiat SpA’s board of directors plans to meet within the next several days to discuss more changes in top management at its troubled auto subsidiary, Fiat Auto SpA. Paulo Fresco The decision follows a meeting in Rome between Umberto Agnelli and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. Fiat Auto CEO Gabriele Galateri resigned Dec. 10 in the wake of Fiat Auto’s efforts to save itself by the planned layoff of 8,100 workers. The auto arm is expecting a loss this year of $1.18 ...

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