DaimlerChrysler AG reports net income of $641 million during the first quarter, an 18% increase over like-2002. The improvements were tempered by DC’s less-than-optimistic outlook for further financial and sales gains for the rest of the year. DC changes the way it reports earnings beginning this quarter, adopting new rules from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that prohibit the company from reporting earnings with and without one-time charges. Earnings now will be reported ...

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