James P. Holden, president of DaimlerChrysler Corp., adds another layer of responsibility when he assumes the role of chief executive officer July 1, a position held by former chairman Robert Eaton prior to his retirement in March. Mr. Holden broadens his duties which have the Canadian overseeing the North American arm of the company and responsible for the Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Mopar divisions. Many analysts believe the realignment shows DC AG's willingness to grant its North American ...

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