(Adds details, stock price) TOLEDO, Ohio, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Automotive parts maker Dana Corp. said on Friday third-quarter earnings fell after the latest in a series of charges taken during a year-long restructuring campaign. Results excluding those one-time costs exceeded most analysts' expectations, however, as the restructuring delivered cost savings. Dana also effectively lowered its fourth-quarter forecast, saying it still expects earnings for the second half of 2002 to total 50 ...
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