Nardelli "laments all the time" that Cerberus lost Chrysler
Nardelli says that Chrysler would be doing just fine right now if Cerberus had been given the same deal that the U.S. government gave Fiat. The former executive then went on to say that there was no reason for Chrysler to be given to Fiat, and that the deal was all "all theater and no substance." To our ears, considering where Nardelli and Co. left Chrysler, this all sounds quite a bit like a wounded ego at work. To be fair, though, the former Home Depot exec did bring a fairly salient point to the discussion by reminding that Fiat has largely been credited with Chrysler's more recent successes – despite the fact that much of the progress was already set in motion by Cerberus before the implosion.
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