Giovanni Agnelli, Fiat SpA's honorary president and major shareholder, has agreed to transfer his family's controlling stake in Fiat to DaimlerChrysler AG, sources in Italy tell Ward's. Fiat, which has been the target of takeover rumors for months, again denied the Agnelli family would sell its interest to DC. A DC spokeswoman in Detroit declined to comment on the new rumors. Sources say the deal was reached a couple of weeks ago and now is being poured over by lawyers and financial ...
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