DaimlerChrysler AG’s positive second-quarter 2005 earnings announcement was overshadowed today by the surprising news DC Chairman Juergen E. Schrempp plans to leave the company he joined at the age of 16. Schrempp, who is due to depart the German auto maker at the end of this year, says he is happy the company was able to keep the news a secret. “You see it was very well-prepared, and I am very proud we had no leaks,” Schrempp says during DC’s earnings call with analysts. Chrysler ...
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