FRANKFURT, Dec 31 (Reuters) - A group of investment funds is seeking nearly 2 billion euros ($2.60 billion) in compensation from Porsche Automobil Holding SE for losses incurred in a "short squeeze" as Porsche attempted to take over larger rival Volkswagen AG in 2008. A spokesman for Porsche rejected the complaint, which follows other cases against it that have so far been unsuccessful. "The accusations mentioned are not new and we reject them," he said, adding that the company had not been ...
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