Suppliers are posting largely positive quarterly earnings, countering the current downturn in the U.S. stock market but mirroring favorable results reported this week by the Big Three auto makers. Delphi Corp. tallies a year-over-year increase of 29% in net income, at $220 million vs. $171 million. Revenue was up at $7.3 billion, a jump from $6.9 billion in like-2001. Delphi Chief Financial Officer Alan Dawes emphasizes the growth in non-GM revenue, which rose to 34% of total sales ...
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