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Mondo Agnelli: Fiat, Chrysler, and the Power of a Dynasty

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The fascinating story of a century-old automobile dynasty Fiat is one of the world's largest automakers, but when it made headlines by grabbing control of a bankrupt Chrysler in 2009 it was unknown in the U.S. Fiat's against-all-odds swoop on Chrysler---masterminded by Sergio Marchionne, the Houdini-like manager who saved Fiat from its own near-collapse in 2005 - has made ...more
Hardcover, 360 pages
Published December 13th 2011 by John Wiley & Sons (first published November 21st 2011)
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Ryan Morris
Mar 12, 2013 Ryan Morris rated it it was amazing
Amzing insight into the world of Fiat, the Agnelli dynasty, Enzo Ferrari and of course the current chief of Fiat/Chrysler — Sergio Marchionne. I love the way the author told the story, section by section, anecdote after business model. A page turner for anyone interested in how family owned businesses with real wealth move pawns, die on their own sword, and king-make members of industry. I recommend this book for anyone who is an auto enthusiast, corporate profiler or biography junkie.
Kenneth Lorence
May 28, 2015 Kenneth Lorence rated it really liked it
This was a well researched book by Jennifer Clark. Her writing style and balanced approach to portraying such a remarkable dynasty are phenomenal. The book spotlights Gianni Agnelli and carefully connects his relationship with John Elkann and Sergio Marchionne. A good read and one for anyone interested in the automotive industry, business titans, or how business truly works.
Theo Gonella
Feb 17, 2014 Theo Gonella rated it really liked it
Compelling books about the Agnellis (the italian automotive tycoons) and their FIAT. From the founding of the company to the new challenges in the XXI century (under the vision and leadership of Mr. Marchionne), this books tells the story of the most important industrial group in Italy, now international group owning Chrysler.
Jun 23, 2013 Marcelo rated it it was amazing
Great book. Very detailed as any biography should be.
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