Our People | July 29 2016

Logging Off

It started with a laptop, a desk, parking instructions and “good luck.” That’s how it started 11 years ago when I was hired to start this company’s first blog, The Firehouse. We took on “Big Oil” with that blog and won when our strongly worded post caused the oil industry to pull its newspaper ads
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Uconnect | July 13 2016

Cyber bug bounty hunt

Think of it as a high tech posse of bounty hunters on the lookout for potential vehicle cybersecurity vulnerabilities — bugs in a vehicle’s system that could open it up to security breaches from nefarious individuals or groups. FCA US is now the first full-line automaker to offer bounties to researchers who discover possible bugs
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Industry Analysis | May 11 2016

The Spoils of Car Wars 2017-2020

Breaking the 20 million mark, a full product pipeline for FCA US and a spike in miles driven are all findings of a major auto industry study by the Bank of America. Presented during a meeting of the Detroit-based Automotive Press Association, the annual study titled “Car Wars,” revealed an expected boost in U.S. vehicle
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Our People,Powertrains | April 23 2016

HEMI engineer chases record speed

Ken Hardman has his hands full this weekend. As this video shows, he has a steady stream of eager students who want to know more about that long black and white rocket ship-like vehicle with his name on it. That vehicle is something Ken, an FCA engineer, and some friends built in hopes of breaking
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Jeep | February 08 2016

Portrait of a Super Spot

There’s a reason Jeep brand’s “Portraits” was named ADweek’s number one Super Bowl spot. “Giving viewers something thoughtful, and beautiful — with inspiring craft — can make a lasting impression at the circus of advertising’s biggest night,” wrote ADweek’s  Tim Nudd. The quiet, evocative spot featuring more than 60 curated images is a nod to
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