TOLEDO, Ohio, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Auto parts maker Dana Corp. said on Tuesday that it had agreed to sell three businesses in order to concentrate on core products as it continues its restructuring. Terms of the sale of Tekonsha Engineering Co., of Tekonsha, Mich., Theodore Bargman Co., of Albion, Ind. and American Electronic Components, Inc., of Elkhart, Ind., to The Riverside Co., a leveraged buyout firm, were not revealed. Dana said the businesses had combined operations employing ...
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