U.S. court revives ex-Chrysler executives' age bias claims


By Nate Raymond Sept 25 (Reuters) - Hundreds of former Chrysler LLC executives claiming they lost retirement benefits because of age bias can sue the company's former parent Daimler AG, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Tuesday. More than 450 former auto executives have said they lost retirement benefits in Chrysler's 2009 bankruptcy. The decision by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals partially revives a lawsuit against Germany's Daimler and a ...

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