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Innovation may 7, 2014

9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Chrysler creates a plug-in minivan, Tumbler releases an app with 3.3 billion looks and Facebook to offer an advertising boot camp.

Retail february 10, 2013

Alain Sylvain: Did Jeep's Sappy Spot Go Too Far? [Super Bowl 2013]

What are the limits for a brand when attempting to seek sympathy with viewers?

Work december 4, 2012

Chrysler And Carhartt Create ‘Detroit’ Clothing Collection

Detroit brand natives link up for a collaboration inspired by the Motor City's ongoing struggles.

Technology october 24, 2012

10 Top Digital Campaigns By Auto Brands In The Creative Sandbox Archive

A bold initiative from Google curates best-in-class examples of digital campaigns.

Design & Architecture october 22, 2012

9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Instagram solves their tagging issue, Google Maps shows building footprints and Zappos works to make downtown Las Vegas vibrant...Links to start your day with.

IoT april 13, 2012

New Dodge Dart To Feature Wireless Charging Mat

Chrysler's Mopar division is offering the technology as an additional extra to enable you to charge your devices on the go.

Innovation january 14, 2012

What Is This Van Concept From Chrysler?

The appearance of this vehicle generated a lot of questions.

Advertising august 15, 2011

Romance Of The American Dream Thrives In Advertising [Headlines]

A string of commercials by American brands advertising American values, curated by A Continuous Lean.

Innovation june 6, 2011

Fiat Becomes Majority Owner Of Chrysler [Headlines]

Chrysler has announced that Fiat will buy out the U.S. government's remaining 6% ownership in the company, leaving Fiat with a 52% stake.

Work february 7, 2011

Chrysler Uses Anti-Auto Art In SuperBowl Ad

Car company misunderstands the point made in Diego Rivera's masterpiece.

Innovation march 30, 2010

(NY Auto Show) Chrysler CEO Eyes CNG Vehicles For US

Chrysler CEO not sure one alternative powerplant is the answer. Compressed natural gas looks to be a strong candidate for future US vehicles.

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