Court blocks Daimler bid to slow WTC insurer's sale


NEW YORK, Feb 27 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG tried but failed to get a Delaware court to delay British insurer Royal & Sun Alliance's sale of its U.S. unit, a spokesman for the state insurance commissioner said on Tuesday. Last week, Matthew Denn, Delaware's insurance commissioner, approved the sale of Royal & Sun Alliance's U.S. insurance unit, whose policy holders include World Trade Center developer Larry Silverstein. "Superior Court Judge Mary Johnston denied the request ...

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