DaimlerChrysler AG says its third quarter earnings are higher than previously stated due to income received from the creation of its Airbus SAS plane-making unit. Third quarter profits are now at E1.003 billion ($883.2 million), compared to the previous figure of E902 million ($794.1 million). DC owns 33% of Airbus’ founding company EADS. EADS has an 80% majority stake in Airbus, with BAE Systems holding the remaining 20%. DC made E747 million ($657.7 million) from its investment in EADS, ...

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