Worker may have stolen 50 mln euros from Daimler


STUTTGART, Germany, Aug 24 (Reuters) - A staff member may have embezzled around 50 million euros ($64.14 million) from carmaker DaimlerChrysler by using fake invoices, German prosecutors said on Thursday. The unidentified suspect has been in investigative custody since November, a spokeswoman for the Stuttgart prosecutors office said, confirming a report in Manager Magazin. Other suspects are also under investigation in the probe. Some of the suspected thefts can no longer be ...

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