Visteon Corp.'s reception on Wall Street last week was lukewarm, as the former Ford Motor Co. division's stock finished its first day of trading up 7/16 at $13.75. Chief Executive Peter J. Pestillo wouldn't comment on the performance due to Securities and Exchange Commission restrictions. “Everyone wants their stock to be higher than it is, that's all I can say.” But Mr. Pestillo appears to believe the newly independent supplier, self-described as the No.2 ranking auto partsmaker in the ...
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