CHICAGO – He may have slowed a step, but the wit and wisdom of Lee Iacocca remains lightning fast. While a small list of suitors bid for Chrysler Group, some wonder, who better to run the auto maker in the future than the man who saved it in the past? “I’ve been asked if I’d like to be back running it, and I say, ‘If I had the money I’d buy it.’ But I’m too old – and besides, been there, done that,” Iacocca, 82, says when reached by phone at his California home. Iacocca retired as ...
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