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Ride-control and emissions control systems supplier Tenneco said its adjusted net income for the fourth quarter increased to $97 million, powered by growth in the truck and off-highway business.
Ride-control and emissions control systems supplier Tenneco said its adjusted net income for the third quarter rose 3.5 percent to $88 million.
Auto supplier Tenneco Inc. plans to build a $23 million sales center in Northville Township, Mich., about 30 miles west of Detroit.
Tenneco has established a $132 million fund to clean up antitrust lawsuits in the backwash of government investigations in Europe and the U.S., which are now concluding.
The first thing one notices when driving a vehicle with Tenneco's new, high-tech electronic shocks is not how the vehicle handles the bumps, but how the steering is affected.
Ride- and emission-control systems supplier Tenneco said first-quarter net income rose 11 percent to $63 million.
The government might ease back on vehicle emission regulations, but that won't stop the spending necessary to be competitive, says Ben Patel, Tenneco's new chief technical officer.
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