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Could see suite shakeups be on the way for America's biggest auto makers Jeff Flock is looking for answers in Chicago why are we asking this question suddenly.
Your friend of mine Alan Roger Mulally 66 years old -- afford this week completed what some people say is the last item on -- to do list what is that was getting the company back to investment grade Dan Akerson GM this week talking about his potential successors within the company.
And -- you'll Marchionne.
The guy who now runs both Fiat and Chrysler can't go on forever -- we talked exclusively here on -- Fox Business Network.
With one of his chief deputies remember that commercial -- Super Bowl.
Half time in America.
The brains behind that is a man named.
Olivier Francois got a great name Bosnia French guy working for Italian company now in the US that commercial some people thought.
-- was kind of may be a gift to the Obama administration may be a campaign commercial last important -- about that today let's.
It wasn't a commercial and does that kind of advertising go over and America.
It was intended to be there is -- most of neutral messages in extremely universal.
And obviously not a political message -- everyone all -- that I got that.
Does it -- costs I -- it does.
He may be right because -- they take a look at Chrysler's sales over the course of the last several months -- an -- is that those commercials are not.
But certainly sums going right Chrysler he would be very happy to be the next CEO of Chrysler but you know Sergey Marchionne may be the hardest work -- -- not only in.
All -- but anywhere.
And right now he's he's still in place but lot of good talent on the bench.
Well it seems like you to you insert GO have had a pretty solid reporting relationship and at -- -- for -- -- and and I think they're -- again we love to hear from him and finally what's the goal.
What we're hearing -- -- will report earnings on Friday.
And that will be Alan -- -- tomorrow by the one -- yup and diversity.
Person tomorrow for a front yes exactly what we'll hear well that that might be the last one that he does remember used to be the CFO up.
Who always did earnings until Mulally came on and and obviously they needed a massively dynamic figure out there to help -- at that point.
You gonna have him on Friday -- Noon eastern you good to see it Jeff Flock may.
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