Heading into its annual meeting Wednesday, leaked reports suggest DaimlerChrysler AG will report positive sales figures for the first two months of 2002. It is not expected to appease the small group of angry investors expected at the meeting, given DC stock is worth less than half its value when the merger was announced four years ago. A German news report says DC sales rose 9% to E23.4 billion ($20.7 billion) in January and February vs. the same period a year ago. Stronger than ...

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