DaimlerChrysler Corp's highly lauded “extended enterprise” method of dealing with suppliers is not in jeopardy of crumbling away, despite the departure of Thomas T. Stallkamp, DCC's ousted president of North American Operations, says DaimlerChrysler AG Co-Chairman Robert J. Eaton. However, suppliers and some executives within DC's purchasing ranks are worried that the departure of Mr. Stallkamp, who championed and nurtured the process, may mean that purchasing now will be integrated with ...
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