Dana Q1 net income jumps 67%May 2
Dana to buy U.S. Manufacturing operations for $100 millionFeb. 13
Dana says adjusted earnings rise 29% to $166 millionFeb. 9
Bronco, next-gen Wrangler to share Dana's solid axlesJan. 30
Dana agrees to acquire majority stake in Italian power-transmission supplierNov. 18, 2016
Dana Q3 net income drops to $57 millionOct. 20, 2016
Dana, the longtime supplier of various drivetrain components, today reported net income of $57 million in the third quarter, down 52 percent from the year-earlier period as sales from its commercial-vehicle units fell again.
Dana reimagines seals for the fuel cell eraAug. 1, 2016
Dana Q2 net income falls 10% as company tweaks its corporate nameJuly 21, 2016
Dana Holding today reported a 10 percent decline in second-quarter net income to $53 million on lower sales in its commercial vehicle and off-highway driveline units. The company also tweaked its official name for the second time in eight years.
2 deal makers take charge at suppliersJuly 20, 2015
Dana names IAC's Kamsickas as new CEO; Steve Miller takes helm of IACJuly 13, 2015
Jim Kamsickas, the CEO of International Automotive Components Group, is leaving his company to become CEO of Dana Holding Corp. while Steve Miller -- a key player in the automotive supply chain for several years -- will take over as head of IAC.
Germany's Getrag getting interest from Magna, Dana, China, report saysJune 30, 2015
Getrag, one of the biggest independent makers of transmissions, has attracted interest from automotive suppliers including Canada's Magna International Inc., people with knowledge of the matter told Bloomberg.
Financially strong Dana on hunt for acquisitionsApril 20, 2015
Seven years after Dana Corp. emerged from bankruptcy, the supplier is looking for acquisitions. CEO Roger Wood, 52, says he aims to make some "bolt-on" acquisitions of companies to expand Dana's portfolio of driveline components for light vehicles, commercial trucks and off-highway equipment.