A U.S. bankruptcy judge gives Delphi Corp. the go-ahead to drop its pension plans, saying the supplier has exercised valid business judgment in formulating its revised bankruptcy plan, The Detroit News reports. Abandoning its pension obligations would saddle federally owned Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. with a $6.2 billion liability. Delphi says it could emerge from bankruptcy as early as Aug. 31. EnerDe1 Inc. is teaming up with Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. to research a new generation of ...

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