A 52% improvement in second quarter net income shows DaimlerChrysler AG is on the right track with its recovery plan, says CEO Juergen Schrempp. The company posted earnings of $1.09 billion during the quarter ($1.08 per share), a strong rise from the $720 million ($0.72 per share) recorded in second quarter 2001. Better-than-anticipated results from its Chrysler unit are credited with propelling the company into the black for the second quarter in a row. DaimlerChrysler Second ...

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