What a difference a year makes. Last year at this time, the Chrysler Group was awash in red ink and pink slips. The outlook was bleak, morale was low and the turnaround task ahead was daunting. Fast forward to July 2002. DaimlerChrysler AG second-quarter earnings of $1.09 billion reflect a stellar performance by the Chrysler Group that reported an operating profit of $777 million. That is in stark contrast to like-2001’s $146 million loss. Chrysler is expected to keep up the good work ...

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