FRANKFURT, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Prosecutors have charged a former DaimlerChrysler manager and three suspected accomplices with stealing around 40 million euros ($51.9 million) from the carmaker via fake invoices, authorities said on Thursday. The Stuttgart prosecutors office said the 41-year-old man, once a financial controller at DaimlerChrysler, is suspected of approving falsified bills for concocted data processing work over a five-year span to November 2005. Raids on his home and ...
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