Daimler's Smart CEO Steps Down

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May 29, 2018—The chief executive of Daimler's Smart brand of urban microcars is resigning after eight years in the role, according to the Financial Times.

Annette Winkler, a veteran of Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler for 23 years, will step down on Sept. 30, according to the report.

Daimler said Winkler will continue to be a part of Daimler, taking on a supervisory board role at Mercedes-Benz, South Africa.

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