As shareholder rancor grows over the length of time it is taking DaimlerChrysler AG to turn its global fortunes around, DC’s emboldened Chairman Juergen Schrempp says he will not deviate from his plan to turn the auto maker into a global powerhouse. Juergen Schrempp Schrempp and DC’s management are feeling the heat from the auto maker’s annual shareholder meeting in Germany, where hundreds of shareholders voiced their concerns about DC’s alliance partner Mitsubishi Motors Corp., as ...

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