DETROIT, March 27 (Reuters) - Private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management took control of Chrysler LLC almost two years ago in a $7.4 billion deal the company said was intended to rescue a struggling American icon. Cerberus is now more seeking government aid to keep Chrysler from bankruptcy, which it has said could force it to sell off assets and shut down operations. Critics have charged Cerberus should disclose more about the ownership structure of Chrysler, which has been kept ...
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