DETROIT, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group LLC has appointed a former Fiat Group executive as its new chief information officer in the latest management shake-up under Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne. Scott Sandschafer, a former executive at CNH America LLC -- a Fiat SpA subsidiary -- was appointed vice president and chief information officer, reporting to Marchionne. The U.S. automaker also named Walter Bodden Jr as vice president and treasurer. Bodden, who has served as chief ...
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