DETROIT – DaimlerChrysler AG’s supervisory board threw another wrench in the plans for the auto maker’s future as it rescinds the decision to appoint former Chrysler Group Chief Operating Officer Wolfgang Bernhard to the helm of Mercedes-Benz. Juergen Hubbert, who was to step down as Mercedes chief upon Bernhard’s arrival, will remain in his position. (See related story: DC Shakes Management Ranks) DC says Wolfgang Bernhard will not take helm at Mercedes. During a previously ...

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