A little over a year ago, Chrysler was poaching and hiring folks with big brains to be a part of its executive turnaround team. Now a few of those hires, along with the old guard, are walking out the front door. Deborah Meyer came over from Toyota, where she had been VP of marketing for Lexus, and she took over the chief marketing officer spot at the Chrysler, LLC. At the time we wrote, "She must have been aware of the situation when she accepted the offer, however, so perhaps she sees hope in C
- John Neff
- Aug 15, 2007
Chrysler has announced that it's hired Deborah Wahl Meyer to be its new vice president and chief marketing officer (CMO), replacing George Murphy, who retired last May. Meyer comes from Toyota, where she's worked since 2001, most recently as the VP of marketing for Lexus. The report from Automotive News pretty much ends there, but we found this article on adage.com that reveals what Meyer may have in store.
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