The auto industry's newest supplier has targeted the vehicle undercarriage as its initial strategy in helping double annual sales from $7.5 billion this year to $15 billion within five years. ArvinMeritor Inc. completes its merger as new shares in the company (symbol: ARM) begin a week of uninspired trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Shares began Monday at $16.69 and rose to $18 in the first day, then proceeded to fall throughout the rest of the week, closing Thursday slightly below ...

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