DETROIT – Delphi Corp.’s two-and-a-half-year journey through bankruptcy has been long and tortuous, but Chairman Robert “Steve” Miller says the supplier will emerge a better, stronger company, once capital markets provide the necessary financing to exit Chapter 11. “It won’t get done in weeks. It will be months, but we will get it done,” Miller tells members of the Automotive Press Assn. at a breakfast here this week to promote his new book, “The Turnaround Kid.” Delphi was supposed to ...
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