DaimlerChrysler Corp. moved quickly last week to plug the hole left by the early retirement of K. Neil Walling, 55, the latest in a string of executives to leave the newly merged company. As vice president-Exterior Design, Mr. Walling led the exterior styling of all DCC's vehicles and oversaw advanced design programs at Chrysler Pacifica, the automaker's California studio. DCC has been fending off criticism that it has suffered a brain drain since the merger of Chrysler Corp. and ...

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