Lear Corp. posts a fourth-quarter 2005 pretax loss of $340.1 million on sales of $4.4 billion, compared with pretax income of $159.5 million on sales of $4.3 billion in like-2004. A net loss of $596.6 million, or $8.88 per share, for the period, including special items, compares with a net income of $123.0 million, or $1.70 per share, in like-2004. Lower production levels of high-content Lear platforms in North America largely offset gains resulting from increased global sales. For ...
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