In ancient times, Delphi was a sacred shrine that held enormous power over the Greeks. Visitors came to it from all corners to seek wisdom from the god Apollo, who foretold the future by speaking through a prophetess. The answers would dictate everything from declarations of war to the planting of crops. Today, the U.S. auto industry can only hope Delphi is not the oracle of its future. The nation's largest auto supplier, which no longer can lay undisputed claim to that title worldwide, ...
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