AUBURN HILLS — High incentive costs and shrinking leasing residuals are putting downward pressure on profits at DaimlerChrysler Financial Services, a division of Berlin-based DaimlerChrysler Services (debis), but that isn't enough to put a crimp in the operation's plans for a new US$80 million North American headquarters here. DCFS broke ground last week on the five-story, 33,400 sq.-m (360,000-sq.-ft.) complex that will be situated on 9.7 ha (24 acres) in the shadows of DaimlerChrysler ...
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