DaimlerChrysler Exec Joins Google

DaimlerChrysler Exec Joins Google

By Andy Beal August 1, 2006

Google’s beefing-up its relationship with the auto industry by hiring one of their own.

DaimlerChrysler Chairman To Step Down

After 44 years serving the company, DaimlerChrysler’s Chairman Prof. Jurgen E. Schrempp will be stepping down at the end of this year.

GM, Ford, DaimlerChrysler Make America Their Employees

GM extends its employee discount promotion after a big gain in sales; Ford offers a similar promotion to match.

April Brings In Sales for DaimlerChrysler

DaimlerChrysler experienced a 9% increase in passenger vehicle sales for the month of April compared to April of last year.

Judge Ends DaimlerChrysler Suit

A Federal Judge in Wilmington, Delaware dealt a decisive and final blow to dissident stockholder Kirk Kerkorian’s lawsuit against DaimlerChrysler.

DaimlerChrysler Reports March Sales

DaimlerChrysler reported total group sales of 231,140 passenger vehicles in the U.S. for March 2005, a seven percent increase compared to March 2004.

DaimlerChrysler To Further Develop Fuel Cell Vehicles

DaimlerChrysler has entered into an agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to further develop fuel cell vehicles in the United States.

DaimlerChrysler Looking at Disappointing First Half

DaimlerChrysler’s fourth-quarter earnings went down 63%, and a weak first half of the year is expected due to low Mercedes profits.

DaimlerChrysler Earnings Disappoint

Fourth-quarter earnings fell 63% for DaimlerChrysler, and the company predicts a weak first half of this year resulting from disappointing Mercedes profits.

Mitsubishi Motors Compensates DaimlerChrysler

Mitsubishi Motors is compensating DaimlerChrysler for losses on its investment in Mitsubishi’s truck business caused by defect cover-ups.

Dubai Buys $1 billion Worth of DaimlerChrysler

Dubai Holding has bought a $1 billion stake in DaimlerChrysler, which makes it the company’s third largest shareholder.