David Cole

Center for Automotive Research

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Chairman of the Center for Automotive Research, a nonprofit think-tank based in Ann Arbor, Michigan

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DaimlerChrysler will become Daimler and Chrysler
again in  the breakup  of the most expensive merger in auto industry history.
Chrysler's new owner will be  Cerberus Capital…

US Private Equity Firm Buys Chrysler

DaimlerChrysler will become Daimler and Chrysler again in the breakup of the most expensive merger in auto industry history. Chrysler's new owner will be Cerberus Capital…

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