Wall Street asked for better financial results and DaimlerChrysler AG delivered, outpacing analysts' expectations in the third quarter. DC posted net earnings in the July-September period equivalent to $1.6 billion, up 14% from year-ago on a 15% rise in revenues. Including the sale of a 32.4% stake in debitel, the European telecommunications operations, net income rose 52% to $2.1 billion during the quarter. The automaker says it expects continued strong results in the fourth quarter, ...
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