CHICAGO, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Hedge fund Highland Capital Management fired the latest salvo in the automotive parts sector on Thursday, proposing a $4.7 billion reorganization plan for Delphi Corp. just a few days after the company backed a different plan. Despite its struggles with financial losses, production cuts by U.S. automakers and onerous raw materials and energy costs, the sector has seen its share of mergers and acquisitions. In addition to the proposed Highland deal, some of this ...
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