Chrysler closes ranks with chief changes

Slavnich, Dean
March 2004
Automotive Engineer;Mar2004, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p13
Trade Publication
Reports that the supervisory board of German-American car family DaimlerChrysler has extended Jurgen Schrempp's contract as DC chief executive officer by a further three years. Improved deal due to finish in 2008; Internal squabbling and political unrest that blighted the company; Sweeping internal changes at the top; Chrysler's failure to stem ongoing losses; Decline in quality level at Mercedes-Benz.


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