Dana Corp.’s fourth quarter 2001 loss triples over like-2000, up to $298 million from $84 million in 2000. Dana blames the loss on restructuring charges of $284 million relating to plant closures and job cuts. Meanwhile, a U.S. Court of Appeals judge reopens a patent-infringement lawsuit Dana filed against American Axle & Mfg. Holding Inc. Dana alleges American Axle stole a driveshaft design. A federal judge in Detroit had dismissed the suit on the grounds Dana’s two patents were ...
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