DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s Tom Sidlik, in charge of Chrysler purchasing, denies rumors he plans to leave the automaker for a job as chief financial officer at Ford Motor Co. “I've never heard one word from anyone at Ford,” Mr. Sidlik tells Ward's. • Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and AB Volvo say they'll join forces on commercial vehicles. Plans call for MMC to spin off its truck operations by 2002 and for Volvo to take a 19.9% stake in the new company. Volvo also would acquire 1% of MMC now and ...

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