Fiat

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Fiat Definition

An order of a judge or of an officer whose authority, to be signified by his signature, is necessary to authenticate the particular acts. A short order or warrant of the judge, commanding that something shall be done. See 1 Tidd, Prac. 100, 108.

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An order of a judge or of an officer whose authority, to be signified by his signature, is necessary to authenticate the particular acts. A short order or warrant of the judge, commanding that something shall be done. See 1 Tidd, Prac. 100, 108.

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    Fiat and GM Are Poised to Form Alliance, International Herald Tribune; March 13, 2000; Alan Friedman

    Fiat fails to settle with GM over put option, says it can still force U.S. giant to buy ailing car unit, AP Worldstream; February 2, 2005; AIDAN LEWIS, Associated Press Writer

    Fiat Fails to Settle With GM Over Sale, AP Online; February 2, 2005; AIDAN LEWIS, Associated Press Writer

    Fiat Says No Agreement Reached With GM, AP Online; February 2, 2005; AIDAN LEWIS, Associated Press Writer;

    Fiat gets $2 billion from GM ; Agreement ends contract dispute between carmakers, The Columbian (Vancouver, WA); February 14, 2005; AIDAN LEWIS, Associated Press writer

    Fiat trims loss as cuts at its auto unit pay offBut car division still faces big hurdles, International Herald Tribune; August 2, 2003; John Tagliabue

    Fiat will seek alliance to cut costs, Deseret News (Salt Lake City); September 7, 2005; Aidan Lewis Associated Press

    Fiat is trying to get back in the fast lane Agnelli family moves to keep influence; independent director in line for key job, International Herald Tribune; June 1, 2004; Alan Cowell and Eric Sylvers

    Fiat Chief Speeds Up Development Process, AP Online; July 23, 2006

    Fiat 500 Gets ‘Gear of the Year’ Award from Men’s Journal, Wireless News; December 13, 2011

    Fiat Doesn’t Want GM Stuck with Lemon., Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News; November 13, 2002

    Fiat Announces Plan to Focus on Engines, AP Online; March 24, 2005

    Fiat Creditors Press for Quick Asset Sale., Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News; February 16, 2003

    Fiat eyes new company with GM Europe, Chrysler, Deseret News (Salt Lake City); May 4, 2009; Nicole Winfield and Tom Krisher Associated Press

    Fiat, GM Execs Meet to Talk Possible Sale, AP Online; December 14, 2004; SAM CAGE, Associated Press Writer

    Fiat launches new Punto amid fanfare in Turin, AP Worldstream; September 6, 2005; AIDAN LEWIS, Associated Press Writer

    Fiat aims to be part of American dream., New Zealand Herald (Auckland, New Zealand); May 16, 2009

    Fiat celebrates a return to independence _ but carmaker’s future is uncertain, AP Worldstream; February 15, 2005; AIDAN LEWIS, Associated Press Writer

    Fiat’s Operating Results Break Even, AP Online; February 28, 2005; MARIA SANMINIATELLI, Associated Press Writer

    Fiat makes profit, approves split into 2 companies, AP Worldstream; July 21, 2010; COLLEEN BARRY

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