Improved net income and earnings per share were overshadowed by warnings of a tough third quarter and cost-cutting measures for DaimlerChrysler AG. Financial results for the second quarter exceeded forecasts: net income is up 18% to $1.67 billion, revenue is up 17% to $41.75 billion, earnings per share rose to $1.66 from $1.41 a year ago, and operating profit is up 3% at $2.5 billion. But analysts and media zeroed in on the cautionary notes: operating profits won't reach 1999 levels of ...
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