Several former Delphi Corp. executives reportedly are facing new inquiries by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) about possible insider trading practices dating back to 1999, when the company was spun off from General Motors Corp. Former Chief Financial Officer Alan Dawes, Controller Paul Free, Treasurer Pam Geller and John Blahnik, former vice president-treasury, mergers and acquisitions, all of whom have left Delphi since March, have received subpoenas from the SEC regarding ...

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