DETROIT — Industry rumors are finally laid to rest as James Holden, 48, formerly DaimlerChrysler AG's executive vice president in charge of North American sales and marketing, replaces Thomas Stallkamp, 53, as DC Corp.'s president, effective Oct 1. Stallkamp, once considered a likely No.2 to DC Co-Chairman Juergen Schrempp, 55, will serve as interim vice chairman until he officially retires on Dec. 31. The controversial switch comes amid a global corporate shakeup that includes the exit ...
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