'ENLIGHTENED SOVEREIGN' Marchionne does not usually do deferential -- "he sees himself as an enlightened sovereign," says the former close aide. His combative and competitive stance has alienated many in the auto world and made him prone to public spats. He created a storm in Washington last month, by loudly complaining at a conference that he had received "shyster loans" from the U.S. government when taking control of Chrysler. But there was at least one other time he wore a tie -- when ...
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