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AUBURN HILLS, MI – In another sign things are returning to normal at post-bankruptcy Chrysler, engineers are getting a pat on the back again. For 14 years beginning in 1994, the Walter P. Chrysler Technology Award was handed to individuals or teams who developed innovative applications. While honors were doled out to all individuals who landed approval from the U.S. Patent Office, four finalists were chosen from among those recognized each year for particularly outstanding ...
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