CHICAGO, Dec 30 (Reuters) - Auto and truck parts maker Dana Corp on Friday filed restated financial results for the first two quarters of 2005 and various results back to 2000 with federal regulators, reducing net income by some $44 million. Dana, which said it has finished an internal investigation, said it inappropriately recognized customer pricing increases and supplier reimbursement costs in its truck parts business and failed to account properly for steel surcharges. Dana last week ...
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