Fiscal third-quarter profits at Honda Motor Co. Ltd. were down slightly as the weak dollar nibbled at profits in the U.S. and sales declined in Japan The auto maker’s net income for October-December fell 0.2% to ¥150.76 billion ($1.45 billion) vs. like-2003 results. Earnings per share totaled ¥161.78 ($1.55), compared with like-2003’s ¥158.66 ($1.54). Two of Honda's American depositary shares represent one common share. Operating profit dipped to ¥157.64 billion ($1.53 billion) during ...

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