Delphi Corp. reports its audit committee investigation did not identify any transactions involving rebates, credits or lump-sum payments made to customers that require the adjustment of previously reported financial results. However, the company says it did improperly account for $237 million paid to General Motors Corp. in 2000 as part of a settlement agreement. Delphi also is reviewing the timing of the release of $45 million of reserves in first-quarter 2002 and the period of recognition ...

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