An interest group representing lesser shareholders of DaimlerChrysler AG is asking other shareholders to join in a protest at DC’s annual meeting in April over management policies it believes have negatively impacted the auto maker’s stock price. The Assn. for the Protection of Minor Shareholders (SdK) says it will put a motion forward at the annual meeting to withhold approval of the board and supervisory board. SdK says DC is worth less than Daimler-Benz AG was before it merged with ...

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