FRANKFURT, July 31 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler chief executive designate Dieter Zetsche may head the company's luxury division Mercedes Car Group, German newspapers reported. Speculation over Zetsche's additional role came following reports that the unit's current head Eckhard Cordes had asked to be released from his contract because he felt he no longer had the board's full confidence. Business monthly Manager Magazin cited unidentified sources this week as saying the supervisory board ...
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