... but old-line firms don't reap benefit

Sherekfin, Robert
April 2000
Automotive News;4/10/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5869, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that the stocks free-fall in the United States on April 4, 2000 failed to divert investments from technology stocks to old-line automotive suppliers such as Simpson Industries Inc. Unchanged share prices for many parts makers; Simpson's struggle with a New York leveraged buyout fund that wants to put the company up for sales.


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