Disgruntled investors seek Chrysler spin-off


By Hendrik Sackmann and Michael Shields STUTTGART/FRANKFURT, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Growing ranks of shareholders in DaimlerChrysler are calling for a spin-off of loss-making U.S. arm Chrysler, which they say is dragging down the group and damaging management's credibility. But that pits them directly against Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche and his executive team, who remain determined to hang on to Chrysler and restore it to profit. "I would welcome a separation of Daimler from Chrysler," ...

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