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DaimlerChrysler partners with Fiat on diesel

Fiat's powertrain division to supply light diesel engines to trucks, with plans for more collaboration.

By June 19, 2007

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Daimler Chrysler gears up for next hydrogen car

Will there be as many hydrogen cars on the road in 10 years as there are hybrids today? Daimler says so.

By May 2, 2007

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GM and Daimler-Chrysler and BMW to launch hybrids

GM and Daimler-Chrysler and BMW to launch hybrids

By May 1, 2006

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SCO flops in DaimlerChrysler Unix lawsuit

Controversial company suffers setback in legal efforts to capitalize on Unix.

By July 21, 2004

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DaimlerChrysler: Dismiss SCO suit

The company asks a judge to throw out the SCO Group's lawsuit against it, one of several high-profile cases that have entangled Linux in SCO's intellectual-property claims over Unix.

By April 29, 2004

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AT&T Wireless to ride with DaimlerChrysler

The automaker announces that it has selected the wireless communications company to provide voice and data services in its Chrysler vehicles in the United States.

August 8, 2001

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AT&T Wireless to ride with DaimlerChrysler

The automaker announces that it has selected the wireless communications company to provide voice and data services in its Chrysler vehicles in the United States.

August 8, 2001

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DaimlerChrysler, GM tell autoworkers: You've got AOL

DaimlerChrysler, General Motors and the United Auto Workers union are working with America Online to offer low-cost home Internet access to their U.S. employees.

By November 2, 2000

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DaimlerChrysler corrals e-commerce into new unit

Looking to bring all of its Internet initiatives under one hood, the giant automaker says it has grouped its Web business operations into a holding company.

October 9, 2000

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Equity Movers: Applied Materials, DaimlerChrysler, EDS

Applied Materials, DaimlerChrysler, Electronic Data Systems, Electroglas, Emulex and Interspeed are expected to move the markets Monday.

October 9, 2000