AUBURN HILLS – In this latest game of chutes and ladders, Chrysler Group appears to be regaining control of the board. Leading the comeback is Chrysler Group President and CEO Dieter Zetsche. Two years into a 3-year turnaround plan, the auto maker is past the crisis stage and proving to be true to its word. The skeptics outnumbered the believers when Chrysler announced the details of the 3-year turnaround plan early in 2001. The milestones were met at the end of year one, ...
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