FRANKFURT, June 28 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler aims to resolve a management crisis at European defence group EADS quickly, the German automaker and EADS founding shareholder's chief executive was quoted as saying on Wednesday. Dieter Zetsche told the Wall Street Journal that "changes have to happen", and that DaimlerChrysler was in "tough discussions" with other EADS shareholders about how to resolve the crisis as fast as possible. Airbus parent EADS is struggling to master a fierce ...
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