Diesel-Powered Wrangler, Revamped Nitro

Diesel-Powered Wrangler, Revamped Nitro

There are 6 comments on the 101.5 The River story from Nov 4, 2009, titled Diesel-Powered Wrangler, Revamped Nitro. In it, 101.5 The River reports that:

Chrysler-Fiat laid out it's parternship plan Wednesday. New CEO Sergio Marchionne kicked off the day-long event by saying the automaker had nearly six billion dollars in cash at the end of September, up more than one billion dollars since the company emerged from bankruptcy protection in June.

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Employed4Now

Toledo, OH

#1 Nov 4, 2009
Funny how 3 shifts of workers are cut down to 1 .. a loss of around 1,000 - 1,200 jobs.. yet Fiat wants to cut jobs to make a profit ? Same old story... New Greedy Co.
doc walk

Clarksburg, WV

#2 Nov 12, 2009
Employed4Now wrote:
Funny how 3 shifts of workers are cut down to 1 .. a loss of around 1,000 - 1,200 jobs.. yet Fiat wants to cut jobs to make a profit ? Same old story... New Greedy Co.
without profit there would be 0 zero jobs, otherwise we are communists
wait a while

Conroe, TX

#3 Nov 15, 2009
wait and see
Employed4Now

Toledo, OH

#4 Nov 22, 2009
doc walk wrote:
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without profit there would be 0 zero jobs, otherwise we are communists
without jobs.. who's going to buy the products.. to make the Co. a profit ? at one time (in 1995) there was 4,000 + workers at Jeep.. and we made a profit.. now there's around 2,100... 2,000 ex-employees at (an avg.) income of $60,000 per year.. around $1.2 million per year savings in not paying income... and prices of jeeps went up.. so how can they not be saving money...?????
but it's about greed... wanting more.. so the CEO's can grab there million dollar bonus checks....
doc walk

Clarksburg, WV

#5 Dec 30, 2009
Employed4Now wrote:
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without jobs.. who's going to buy the products.. to make the Co. a profit ? at one time (in 1995) there was 4,000 + workers at Jeep.. and we made a profit.. now there's around 2,100... 2,000 ex-employees at (an avg.) income of $60,000 per year.. around $1.2 million per year savings in not paying income... and prices of jeeps went up.. so how can they not be saving money...?????
but it's about greed... wanting more.. so the CEO's can grab there million dollar bonus checks....
teachers make 1/2 that salary, cops 2/3's do you think that may be some of the problem? what education does it take to work the line? do you get shot at while at work? one CEO making good money does not entitle 1000's of workers to the same. if you don't like goto school and work up to management.
flamage

Houston, TX

#6 Dec 7, 2011

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