DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s bleeding is on track, first quarter losses reveal. Parent DaimlerChrysler AG reports an operating loss of $3.3 billion to start 2001. Feeding the figure is a $3.9 billion loss at the Chrysler Group and a surprise $100 million loss by the commercial truck division. If some one-time charges are excluded — including $2.7 billion to restructure the Chrysler Group and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. — DC lost $540 billion or 33 cents a share. The positive thread the company is ...

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