DaimlerChrysler AG is looking at a third, albeit virtual, headquarters, in New York. A third location would not affect the status of its current dual headquarters in Auburn Hills, MI, and Stuttgart, Germany. Negotiations to lease space in New York's appropriately named Chrysler Building would put the carmaker in better sight of Wall Street, which it has unsuccessfully wooed to date. A DC spokesman has said about 100 employees who handle legal matters and investor and public relations could ...

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