DaimlerChrysler Corp. has suspended the top manager at its Sterling Stamping plant in Sterling Heights, MI, after news broke last week of four employees there accepting $100,000 in bribes from suppliers in exchange for contracts. Plant Manager John Rousseau was relieved from his job on May 21 for an unknown period of time, say reports. An anonymous Chrysler official told the Detroit Free Press that Rousseau was removed because he was “accountable for the plant,” not because he was involved ...
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