TROY, MI – Delphi Corp. CEO J.T. Battenberg III says his decision to retire from the $28.7 billion automotive supplier has nothing to do with an accounting scandal that already has cost the chief financial officer his job and sent the company’s stock price plummeting. Delphi announced Feb. 23 Battenberg’s plan to retire later this year after 44 years with Delphi and its former parent, General Motors Corp. J.T. Battenberg III says his decision to retire from Delphi has “absolutely ...

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