Chrysler LLC is off to a solid start under the auspices of Cerberus Capital Management LP, accumulating a $1.25 billion net profit for the first six months of 2007. This represents a $1.7 billion swing compared with the same period of 2006 – a troubled year that led DaimlerChrysler AG to sell 80.1% of its Detroit-based division in a $7.4 billion deal with the private-equity firm. DaimlerChrysler Second-Quarter Results 2007 2006 % Chg. Sales $32,237 $33,262 -3.1 Net Income ...

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