(Adds stock action, background paragraphs 5-8) BOSTON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Hedge fund Appaloosa Management LP's bid for bankrupt auto parts supplier Dana Corp could be scuttled by the strike against General Motors Corp, according to a regulatory filing. Appaloosa, a hedge fund, said in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Tuesday that its offer for Dana could be conditioned on there not being a strike at any of the major U.S. automakers. According to the filing, the ...
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