Visteon Corp. President Michael Johnston believes “certain assets” of TRW Inc.’s automotive business may be ripe for the picking but is wary of debt incurred from TRW’s 1999 purchase of LucasVarity plc for $6.6 billion. “Certainly, the TRW businesses havebeen available in various parts for some period of time now and we’ve evaluated and looked at certain parts of their business,” Johnston says. “There are parts of it that would be interesting to us, but I think that anybody looking at it ...

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