(Adds details, background) LOS ANGELES, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Auto parts maker ArvinMeritor Inc. announced on Thursday it has extended its $2.2 billion offer to buy Dana Corp. by nearly five weeks to Oct. 2. The company also said that so far fewer than 2.5 million Dana shares, or 2 percent of the total, have been tendered in the offer. ArvinMeritor offered $15 for each Dana share in a hostile bid launched last July. So far this takeover saga has been marred with controversy with each ...
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