The Italian automaker brought new management, design ideas, cash, and marketing elan to the company.
The automaker's stunning rebound into profitability seemed to shock even those who made it happen.
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The last man standing is also the only major U.S. automaker to choose free markets over freeloading.
Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli left when that automaker reemerged from Chapter 11.
And the automaker has made at least one direct jab at its troubled rival.
The automaker was supposed to get rid of its unresponsive culture in exchange for taxpayer salvation.
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