The management shakeup announced last week at DaimlerChrysler AG that will see DaimlerChrysler Corp. President Thomas T. Stallkamp leave the automaker at year's end is creating unease throughout the automotive supplier community. And the exit of Mr. Stallkamp, who joins a parade of more than a half-dozen former Chrysler Corp. execs that have left the company since the merger, may not be all suppliers have to worry about. Rumors were rampant last Friday that Tom Sidlik, board member in ...

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