• Jan 22, 2009
That Chrysler continues to struggle isn't exactly news. As a whole, the auto industry is tanking and cars just aren't moving off dealer lots. Chrysler initially responded by offering buyouts to its entire workforce, and 25% off all its salaried workers took the company up on the offer. Earlier this week, we learned that the ailing Auburn Hills empire will get cozy with Italian automaker Fiat. What we haven't heard as much about, however, is the health of Chrysler's parent company, Cerberus Capital Management.
Like many investment institutions, the three-headed dog is looking to save money, and some of that cash may come at the expense of its workforce. Cerberus has 275 workers around the globe, and up to 10 of its workers, and the Carlyle group 10%. The Cerberus job cuts are only a fraction of the bloodletting Chrysler has had to endure over the past two years, but at least it shows that the Pentastar isn't the only one making the sacrifice.

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      • 5 Years Ago
      They only have 275 employees around the globe? With offices everywhere from New York to London to Dubai, they must be busy folks indeed.
      • 5 Years Ago
      "Cerberus has 275 workers around the globe, and up to 10% of those employees will likely face the axe."

      So, 27.5 people out of a job? Who's the guy who was getting half a paycheck?
      • 5 Years Ago
      A story about 27.5 people being let go from their jobs? The economy must have already turned around for a news story to exist at all about that small a number. Better get out and buy shares, the market should be improving by leaps and bounds....
        • 5 Years Ago
        If they're cutting 27.5 workers, they literally are going to need an axe.