UPDATE 1-Chrysler deputy CEO Press to leave-source


*Chrysler deputy CEO to leave post-source *Press had fabled run at Toyota, rocky road at Chrysler (Adds comments from analysts, changes sourcing, adds background on Press' career, bylines) By Kevin Krolicki and Soyoung Kim DETROIT, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group LLC Deputy Chief Executive Jim Press has conveyed his plans to leave the automaker by November, according to a person briefed on the still-confidential discussion. Press, 62, was the only member of Chrysler's senior ...

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