Still, I would argue that this is exactly what unions are for: to agitate; to make management feel uncomfortable; to refocus the issues on the workers; and to remind people that the power of organized labor is useless if you don’t use it.

FCA and Juventus are two separate economic entities with overlapping ownership. (The Agnelli family owns apprx 30% of FCA and controls another 14% for voting purposes, but FCA is a publicly traded company. The family holds apprx 60% of Juventus shares, which also is a publicly traded company.) Let’s applaud the union, though. Honestly, to me this is like Trump going after Amazon because the WaPost is “fake news” and is controlled Bezos, who owns a big chunk of Amazon. Both actions are stupid. Almost as stupid as Mitsubishi making the Eclipse into a crossover.