FRANKFURT, Nov 19 (Reuters) - A former employee has sued DaimlerChrysler's U.S. arm Chrysler, alleging that the carmaker dragged its feet in investigating charges of improper business practices, a newspaper reported on Friday. The Detroit News said the lawsuit was filed by a woman who ran day-to-day operations in the Chrysler office that reviews allegations of improprieties. She was the second Chrysler employee to claim misconduct by company auditors in the past two months, the paper ...
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