DETROIT, Aug 27 (Reuters) - U.S. automaker Chrysler LLC is planning to explore strategic options for its Dodge Viper business, Chief Executive Bob Nardelli said in a memo to employees on Wednesday. "We have been approached by third parties who are interested in exploring future possibilities for Viper," Nardelli said in the memo obtained by Reuters. "As the company evaluates strategic options to maximize core operations and leverage its assets, we have agreed to listen to these parties." ...
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