DETROIT – Chrysler LLC lost as much as $570 million (€855 million) in the second quarter, according to financial results reported today by stakeholder and former parent Daimler AG, which also acknowledges divestiture talks with Cerberus Capital Management LP. Using the International Financial Reporting Standard, Germany-based Daimler says its €648 million ($972 million) in pre-tax earnings were eroded by a €351 million ($526.5 million) loss incurred by its 19.9% stake in Chrysler Holding ...

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