The beginnings of a turnaround for Smart, record commercial vehicle sales and a still strong North American market, should help DaimlerChrysler AG surpass revenues of $144 billion (based on a 1:1.031 euro/dollar exchange) for all of 1999, top executives say. For the second quarter, DC's net income fell less than 1% to $1.530 billion, while adjusted operating income rose 7.5% to $2.631 billion. Revenues for the quarter jumped 10.2% to $38.483 billion. The performance failed to wow Wall ...

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