Even the best teams juggle their lineups now and then, and that’s what Chrysler has done today, the auto maker’s top spokesman says. Design chief Ralph Gilles is one of five executives to change jobs, as he trades his Dodge hat for the top spot at Chrysler’s newly formed Street and Racing Technologies brand. Gilles’ 2009 appointment to lead Dodge as president and CEO was a rare move. Historically, such positions have been reserved for executives with business backgrounds. A “vote of ...
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