DETROIT – On the surface, Chrysler Group LLC’s organizational chart smacks of desperation, a bare-bones reflection of the tumultuous times that greeted the auto maker, post-bankruptcy, in 2009. Each of the four brand chiefs wears two hats. Big ones. Which saves salaries, for starters. But as Chrysler struggles to rewrite the most contentious chapter in its storied history, two key stakeholders say the strategy is gaining traction. “Upstream, downstream, side-stream, no matter what, ...
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