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Chrysler Shares Could Soon Be On The Market

The automaker will either be traded or fully merged with Fiat

Chrysler and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne is nothing if not cagey. When the CEO out-maneuvered the White House in 2009 to strike a great deal to take-over Chrysler with U.S. government loans, it was considered a forgone conclusion that he would eventually take the company public in an initial-public offering. Now, the CEO says an ipo is merely 50-50.

GM IPO is go!

As expected, following yesterday's nationwide election proceedings, General Motors has filed the details on its forthcoming Initial Public Offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Will GM's electric vehicle policy be dictated by the success of its IPO?

2011 Chevrolet Volt – Click above for high-res image gallery

Will GM's EV policy be dictated by the success of its IPO?

2011 Chevrolet Volt – Click above for high-res image gallery

Followup: GM officials take issue with Whitacre's IPO share price estimates

It was only last week when Reuters reported that Ed Whitacre, Jr. told the media that General Motors IPO shares would "likely to be priced between $20 and $25 in the initial public offering by the automaker in November." GM didn't r

Report: GM courting Middle East, Asian sovereign wealth funds ahead of IPO

General Motors has been busy courting potential investors for the company's upcoming IPO. According to Bloomberg, the manufacturer has met with wealth funds in both the Middle East and Asia in an attempt to feel out global interest in the company's stock. The article says that GM's bankers are planning to meet with three large investment firms, including Saudi Arabia-based Kingdom Holding Company, Abu Dhabi-based Mubadela Develop

Brammo attracts $12.5 million in investment, millions in pre-orders

2011 Brammo Empulse – Click above for high-res image gallery

U.S. to limit foreign investors in GM IPO?

According to The Wall Street Journal, members of the U.S. Treasury are worried about General Motors' upcoming IPO. They aren't concerned for the automaker's stock price, or how even how many investors may decide to buy into the company – they're concerned about what country the money is coming from.

Hulme CanAm supercars said to be struggling to find investors

Hulme CanAm – Click above for high-res image gallery

A123 Systems IPO a go!

A123 Systems is pretty hot right now. How hot? It's got more sizzle than the A123-powered Killacycle (pictured above). It's been on the receiving end of $100 million investment dollars in a little over a year. That's definitely hot. And it's not all about "what ifs" and "could bes", these guys are making all kinds of batteries for companies like Black & Decker and Domenick Yoney