AUBURN HILLS, MI – For the second time in less than 12 months, Chrysler LLC realigns its product development process. Against a backdrop of cost-cutting that has seen the auto maker reduce its white-collar ranks by thousands, it consolidates three product streams into two. Scott Kunselman, who had been tasked with shepherding Chrysler’s truck products to market, adds responsibility for Jeep-brand vehicles. Dan Knott, who had been responsible for Jeep, assumes control of car and ...

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