Eaton to exit DaimlerChrylser DETROIT — Robert J. Eaton, 59, co-chairman of DaimlerChrylser AG announces he will retire March 31. He departs a little more than a year after presiding over U.S. No.3 automaker Chrysler Corp.'s US$38 billion merger with Germany's Daimler-Benz AG in May 1998. Since then, he has shared the top spot with Juergen Schrempp, who will continue to run the company. Eaton, who had said that he would stay a maximum of three years, depending on the speed of integration ...

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