Chrysler boss in running for Mercedes job - source


By Jan Christoph Schwartz HAMBURG, Germany June 22 (Reuters) - Chrysler chief Dieter Zetsche could take over DaimlerChrysler's luxury Mercedes Car Group as part of a sweeping management revamp at the auto maker, a source close to the company told Reuters on Tuesday. If so, then Wolfgang Bernhard -- Zetsche's former deputy at the group's U.S. arm who was blocked at the last minute from taking over Mercedes in May -- could emerge as the new head of Chrysler, the source said. Some members ...

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