One of the long-standing shareholders of Fiat Chrysler Automobile (FCA) has proposed to the Board of Directors of the Italian-American corporation a drastic change.
The owner of ADW Capital Management LLC, a shareholder of FCA, 34-year-old Adam Weiden addressed the Steering Board with suggestions he believes will increase the value of the company.
He first suggests that the company suggests the name in JeepRAM, as these two brands are the strongest in the company portfolio and bring the highest revenue, which will significantly improve market status.
In addition, Weiden suggests FIAT's cooperation with another European-focused manufacturer as well as special units and even selling the brands Maserati and Alfa Romeo.
In the end, he suggests something already …