CHICAGO, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Auto and truck parts maker Dana Corp. said on Tuesday its board has postponed a decision on a first-quarter cash dividend until it has completed financial results for the fourth quarter and 2005. In January, Dana reported a $1.27 billion net loss for its third quarter after its reporting was delayed by an accounting investigation. Results were pressured by special charges, high raw materials and energy prices and the difficulties of major customers General ...
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