Mitsubishi, reversing course, will add 3 from DCX to board

Treece, James B.
May 2000
Automotive News;5/29/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5876, p43
Trade Publication
Reports on Mitsubishi Motors Corp.'s announcement that it will add two executives from DaimlerChrysler AG to its board of directors in full-time positions. Reversal of earlier position; Job descriptions for DaimlerChysler executives Steven Torok and Ulrich Walker; Manfred Bishoff, who will not be a full-time Mitsubishi director.


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