Fiat Chrysler, now Stellantis, pleads guilty in corruption case

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles once portrayed itself as a victim in the burgeoning corruption scandal involving the UAW, but on Monday the corporation admitted its own role in paying millions of dollars in personal expenses for senior union officials. It’s a striking reversal that was years in the making. From roughly 2009 to 2016, “one or more persons acting in the interests of FCA US agreed to pay and deliver and willfully paid and delivered more than $3.5 million in prohibited payments and things of value to officers and employees of the UAW,” said Chris Pardi, general counsel and corporate secr…

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