Morale in Auburn Hills took another hit last week with the revelation by DaimlerChrysler AG Chairman Juergen Schrempp that his intent, all along, was to relegate the former Chrysler Corp. to the status of a stand-alone division, as opposed to a partner in a merger of equals. “The reaction has not been great inside this building,” admits DaimlerChrysler Corp. President James P. Holden, in an interview with Ward's. “Nobody here is happy with that article or that comment, but beyond that, ...

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