Most executives today are worrying about how they’re going to survive the coming year, but the top brass at Porsche AG are supremely confident that “the most profitable automaker in the world” will remain so in 2002, and that its stock will continue to leave even prosperous BMW in the dust. Porsche bases much of this optimism on the upcoming introduction of its Cayenne Luxury SUV, which it expects to be a runaway success. However, Germany’s influential Commerzbank now is throwing some ...
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