ANALYSIS-Chrysler rescue stirs Cerberus disclosure debate


*Critics say Cerberus should disclose more on Chrysler *Public funds in deal include Penn., Calif., Texas *Cerberus says cannot put more money into Chrysler By Poornima Gupta DETROIT, March 29 (Reuters) - Cerberus Capital Management has received $5.5 billion in U.S. government funding for Chrysler and its financing arm and is seeking more, while maintaining what critics see as a black-box approach to disclosure. At the center of the debate is a big unknown: the identity of ...

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