By Susan Kelly CHICAGO, March 28 (Reuters) - A sensor that measures air and fuel flow in a car engine may seem light years removed from circuitry that monitors a baby's vital signs, but not to Delphi Corp. . The world's biggest auto parts maker is looking to areas as wide-ranging as medical technology, household appliances and satellite radio for faster growth. The strategy is an outgrowth of the Troy, Michigan, company's emphasis on vehicle electronics and an attempt to diversify ...
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