NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) - U.S. power company DTE Energy Co. on Wednesday said its unit that provides utility services and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. had formed a joint venture to buy power equipment at eight DaimlerChrysler manufacturing plants for $288 million. DTE Energy Services Co., a unit of DTE that develops and operates energy projects, will also provide a variety of utility management services to DaimlerChrysler under a long-term deal. The companies said they acquired an ...
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