FRANKFURT, April 29 (Reuters) - Chrysler's Chief Operating Officer Wolfgang Bernhard will leave DaimlerChrysler AG in the near future, a company source said on Thursday. "Bernhard remains in the management board, but it's to be expected that he'll leave DaimlerChrysler in the foreseeable future," the source said. Daimler said earlier that Bernhard, who was named as the next head of Mercedes by Chief Executive Juergen Schrempp just three months ago, would not in fact take over from August ...
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