Latest Robert Nardelli Stories

2008-12-05 10:58:42

U.S. carmakers got one more chance to ask lawmakers for federal aid, saying the $34 billion they're seeking is less than the cost if they were to fail. Chief executive officers from Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC were on Capitol Hill for a second round of hearings on their request for government aid, appearing before the U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Committee. They testified Thursday before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee. Chrysler Chief Executive...

2008-11-28 17:46:32

Some are questioning whether Chrysler LLC is a viable candidate for a federal bailout, considering its status as a private company. In contrast, General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. are publicly traded companies. Where is the win-win for everyone in this room?, Chrysler's Chief Executive Officer Bob Nardelli was asked recently at an Ernst & Young forum, the Detroit Free Press reported Friday. At that point, Nardelli raised the possibility of Chrysler's owner Cerberus Capital Management...

2008-09-26 12:00:25

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- As announced today on America's Top Coach.com, the bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has earned the highly paid CEOs behind these tanked companies a tie for 1st place in the "First Annual Corporate Greed Awards", says management guru Stephen Xavier, CEO of Cornerstone Executive Development Group (http://www.cornerstone-edg.com/). The American people are furious about executive compensation, notes Xavier, citing Daniel Mudd, Fannie's CEO who almost...

2007-01-04 06:00:11

By Del Jones and Matt Krantz 2006 was not a good year for Bob Nardelli, who lost his job Wednesday. For one, the Western Illinois University Leathernecks football team blew a halftime lead in the final game to lose to Missouri State and finish the year with a losing record. Western Illinois is Nardelli's favorite team; it's where he was a star player 25 years ago and dreamed of going on to the NFL, but he was too small. He replaced that dream with the dream of running a giant...

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