After rounds of questions Friday, angry and vociferous Mitsubishi Motors Corp. shareholders approve a new CEO and board of directors. Both will be charged with the difficult task of turning around the cash-strapped Japanese auto maker without the help of equity-partner DaimlerChrysler AG, which late last week withdrew further support in a surprise move. (See related story: Mitsubishi Future Uncertain as DC Forgoes Investment) Details of the new business plan will be announced by the end ...
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