Chrysler’s Quality Chief Leaves Amid Poor Reliability Ranking – Wall Street Journal

Posted: Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV on Tuesday said its head of quality in the U.S. left the company, a move that comes less than a day after the auto maker’s brands landed yet again at the bottom of the heap of Consumer Reports’ influential reliability study.

The company said Doug Betts, Chrysler’s quality chief since 2009, left to “pursue other interests,” and named product chief Mark Chernoby in his place. Mr. Chernoby also will…

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