News - Ferrari
Marchionne appointed Ferrari CEO
Felisa stands down from top spot at Ferrari, takes on role as technical advisor
3 May 2016
- Sergio Marchionne has accepted another significant responsibility in addition to his role as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) CEO, and has taken the reigns as Ferrari CEO from Amedeo Felisa.
- Mr Felisa stands down from the top job after a 26-year tenure with the prancing horse and eight years in the role, but is not completely retiring from the company as expected, and will instead continue to serve the board of directors with a specific mandate as technical advisor to Ferrari.
Click here for full story: Marchionne appointed Ferrari CEO
22nd of June 2015
GM seeking advice in wake of FCA merger push
Marchionne reportedly unabashed by GM boss Barra’s rebuttal of merger request
30th of October 2014
FCA to separate Ferrari, sell 10 per cent stake
Ferrari stake sell-off to boost Fiat Chrysler coffers for investing in future growth
Click to share
Motor industry news