In all the recent drama surrounding BMW AG and the problems at the Rover Group, Rolls-Royce has been left-out in the cold. The lack of publicity didn't worry Rolls executives in Crewe, U.K., not after last year's eight-month long battle between BMW and Volkswagen AG to win control of Rolls-Royce Motors. But the resignation of former BMW chairman and anglophile Bernd Pischetsrieder, who fought so hard to buy Rolls-Royce for BMW, could have huge repercussions for Britain's most famous ...
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