DaimlerChrysler AG announces it is trimming its payroll by 6,000 employees, mostly in Germany, and moving its European headquarters closer to its manufacturing base in Stuttgart-Unterteurkheim. The moves, which begin immediately and conclude by the end of 2008, also will see DC’s management board reduced to nine members from 12 as the auto maker seeks to streamline its operations, reprising measures taken in 2000 at its U.S.-based Chrysler division. Dieter Zetsche Dieter Zetsche, ...
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