DaimlerChrysler AG will pay larger bonuses (up an average $181 to $1,481) to about 140,000 German workers, due to the success of the Mercedes-Benz, Smart and commercial vehicle divisions. At the other end of the spectrum, the money-losing Chrysler Group has delayed its profit-sharing checks and is preparing to reduce the workforce by 20%. It all falls in the context of the 2000 financial year that ended with an 11% drop in net profit ($9.1 billion). Excluding one-time gains, that falls ...

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