Daimler boss may take stand again in fraud trial


By Jon Hurdle WILMINGTON, Del., Jan 23 (Reuters) - Lawyers for billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian filed a motion in U.S. court on Friday to demand that DaimlerChrysler's chief executive provide additional testimony about the 1998 Daimler-Chrysler merger that Kerkorian has branded a fraud. CEO Juergen Schrempp, mastermind of the $36 billion deal, defended what he has long touted as a "merger of equals" during three tense days of testimony in the trial of Kerkorian's fraud lawsuit against ...

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