With a successful stock offering behind them, Delphi Automotive Systems executives can start to turn their attention toward the task at hand — carving out a new labor agreement and molding the supplier into a high tech operation with Wall Street appeal. Delphi shares — some 18% of the company (100 million shares) was put on the market in early February at $17 per share, raising $1.7 billion in cash — continued to trade at more than $18 last week, a sign investors have some confidence in ...
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