DC makes executive changes at U.S. arm AUBURN HILLS — DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s new round of management changes includes Steve Rossi resigning as vice president — global communications for Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge and being replaced by Tony Cervone. Cervone left DCC 18 months ago to join the corporate communications staff at General Motors Corp. As vice president-communications for the Chrysler Group, he reports directly to DCC President James P. Holden. Additionally, DCC names David C. McKinnon ...
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