Former General Motors Corp. subsidiary Delphi Automotive Systems says it further diversified its customer base during April-June, when it posted earnings of $394 million, and it may not be able to continue to do that if becomes affiliated with another automaker. Toyota Motor Corp. reportedly said hours before Delphi announced its second quarter results July 19 that it rejected an offer to take a 20% stake in Delphi earlier this year. Delphi was spun off May 28 from GM. “We've just ...
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