Thomas T. Stallkamp wants to see automakers waste less money and fewer resources on the small engineering jobs and focus more on the big tasks. Mr. Stallkamp, who stepped down as president of DaimlerChrysler Corp. late last year, is making the pitch to car manufacturers as chief executive of MSX International Inc., a diversified supplier of engineering services. What Mr. Stallkamp is proposing is that auto companies outsource all but new product development to an outside firm such as ...
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