FRANKFURT, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Bodo Uebber, finance chief at DaimlerChrysler's services division, is earmarked to replace Manfred Gentz as the carmaker's chief financial officer at the end of 2004, a German magazine reported on Saturday. The 44-yearold Uebber, already slated to join the group's management board in December as head of its financial services unit, has the backing of supervisory board boss Hilmar Kopper to take over as CFO when Gentz's contract expires at the end of 2004, ...
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