The controversial leadership of Juergen Schrempp will continue as the DaimlerChrysler AG supervisory board says it intends to extend the chairman’s contract until 2008, three years beyond the current contract that runs until the annual shareholders meeting in 2005. Schrempp, 59, was a key architect of the merger that created DC and has spent his tenure battling to inject life into the falling stock price, improve the profitability of Chrysler Group, Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Freightliner ...

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