The Chrysler group made the following marketing moves last week:
Jim Schroer, 49, was named executive vice president for global sales and marketing. He had been vice president of global marketing at Ford Motor Co. since June 1999. He joined the company in 1996 as executive director of marketing strategy and brand management. Before going to Ford, he was executive vice president of sales and marketing for RJR Nabisco Inc.
Bud Liebler, 58, Chrysler's senior vice president of global brand marketing since 1999, left the company under an early retirement plan. He joined Chrysler in 1980 as director of merchandising.
George Murphy, 45, replaces Liebler. Murphy had been Ford Division general marketing manager since March 1999. Before that, he was vice president of worldwide product management for GE Lighting, a division of General Electric Co. in Cleveland.
John MacDonald, 56, Chrysler's senior vice president of sales and field service, took early retirement.
Gary Dilts, 50, steps up to replace MacDonald. He was senior vice president of Chrysler's e-Connect group.
Thomas Hausch, 35, was named head of international sales and marketing, responsible for Chrysler activities outside North America. He was a project manager on Chrysler's 'turnaround team.'