Although income was up across all of DaimlerChrysler AG's operations, the former Chrysler Corp. accounted for better than half the automaker's operating profit in the first quarter. DC says operating profit rose 16.4% to $2.998 billion in the January-March period, the first time the company has reported financial results for the first quarter. Revenues were up 17.7% to $37.8 billion. And adjusted net income, at $1.77 billion, outpaced year-ago by 23.7%. Chrysler, Plymouth, Jeep and Dodge ...

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