(Adds share price, comments) By Jane Barrett MILAN, May 31 (Reuters) - Fiat's shares slid on Monday after the CEO charged with pulling it out of a deep crisis suddenly quit in protest at the head of Ferrari being named chairman to replace Umberto Agnelli, who died last week. The turmoil of the last few days threw Fiat's future into question just as a turnaround plan drawn up by Chief Executive Giuseppe Morchio and Agnelli was starting to bear fruit. Fiat said it would pick a new CEO ...
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