Once charged-up Exide loses its spark

Sherefkin, Robert
March 2002
Automotive News;3/4/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5973, p44
Trade Publication
Profiles Craig Muhlhauser, chief executive of Exide Corp. automobile parts supplier in Princeton, New Jersey. Organizational changes in the administration of chief executive Robert Lutz; Business losses of Exide; Views on the possibility for a declaration of bankruptcy.


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