The prospect of the largest global hookup since DaimlerChrysler AG was declared dead Oct. 4 when billionaire General Motors Corp. stockholder Kirk Kerkorian’s top aid, Jerome York, joined the rest of GM’s board in unanimously voting against a 3-way alliance. The potential liaison with Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. came at the urging of Kerkorian, whose Tracinda Corp investment firm now says it is disappointed GM’s board is not pursuing an independent review and reportedly is ...
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