STUTTGART, Germany, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Daimler AG has paid its former logistics specialist nearly 1 million euros ($1.48 million), ending years of legal wrangling over the way it abruptly ended the group's contract five years ago. Gerhard Schweinle told Reuters he emerged victorious because the carmaker's sudden cancellation of transport contracts had been illegal. Daimler confirmed it had made a payment but would not say how much. A lawyer involved in the case put the figure at nearly 1 ...
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