DETROIT – Standing in front of a glistening new complex that stands out like the Emerald City in the middle of gritty southwest Detroit, ArvinMeritor Inc. Chairman Larry Yost formally dedicates a sleek new $40 million technology center. He is joined by Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Detroit Public Schools CEO Ken Burnley and other dignitaries in a ceremony that inaugurates the Light Vehicle Systems (LVS) technology center, which has been operating since ...
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