MILAN, July 28 (Reuters) - Top executives from U.S. Ford or French Peugeot may replace head of Fiat's loss-making auto unit Giancarlo Boschetti, who hits retirement age in 2004, an industry magazine reported on Monday. Automotive News magazine said in an article published on its Web site that Fiat group has hired Paris-based headhunter Eric Salmon & Partners to find a replacement for Boschetti and the firm has already presented a short-list including three names. Fiat declined to ...
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