Delphi Automotive Systems Corp. says it is aiming for 10% annual growth in its earnings per share, a 5% net income margin, 12.5% return on net assets and 10% compounded annual growth in its non-General Motors Corp. business as part of stretch goals it has set for itself. The targets were detailed last week as Delphi announced plans to officially sever its ties to GM on May 28. Delphi also announced net earnings of $284 million in the first quarter, up from an estimated $236 million in ...
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