(Recasts to add background, company spokesman, analyst's comments) By Tom Brown DETROIT, May 30 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler unit said on Friday its top marketing and sales head was stepping down and would be replaced by a longtime Daimler executive, reinforcing German control over the U.S. side of the company. Jim Schroer, 51, who joined Chrysler after defecting from rival Ford Motor Co. in February 2001, will be replaced by Joe Eberhardt, a German who heads ...
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