UPDATE 2-DaimlerChrysler whistleblower sparks SEC probe


(Recasts with company quotes, details of whistle-blower suit) WASHINGTON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Securities regulators are probing DaimlerChrysler AG's compliance with U.S. antibribery laws after a former employee charged he was dismissed for protesting the existence of secret bank accounts used to pay foreign officials. The automaker, the world's fifth largest, disclosed the inquiry by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in an earnings report filed with the SEC on Thursday. In a ...

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