A roundup of this week’s news involving automotive suppliers Delphi Corp. provides a peek at its financial picture for 2004, forecasting revenues of $28 billion to $28.5 billion, a 1% to 2% increase over 2003. Net income is projected to be in the range of $280 million to $380 million, while cash flow from operations should be up 15% from 2003 levels to $1.4 billion. Non-General Motors Corp. business revenue is expected to grow 13% in 2004 to 43% of total sales. Delphi says it has booked ...
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