Chrysler Group LLC CEO Sergio Marchionne wags a finger at financial analysts, saying their gloom-and-doom projections for the recovering auto maker have been well off base, pointing to a first-quarter operating profit of $143 million. Chrysler remains confident of hitting its 2010 targets of selling 1.6 million vehicles and achieving breakeven or better, he says. Marchionne, who is presenting Fiat Group financial results and the next 5-year plan for the company in Turin, Italy, today, ...

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