DaimlerChrysler Future Cloudy After Schrempp Bombshell
DaimlerChrysler has finally found a fool-proof way to make its long-languishing share price jump 10 per cent at a stroke - fire the CEO. That won't be much consolation to Dieter Zetsche when he takes the helm at DaimlerChrysler on New Year's Day 2006 and he contemplates the in-tray of problems bequeathed to him, and it must leave a bitter taste in the mouth of the late and unlamented chief executive Juergen Schrempp. Neil Winton reports.
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