Dana Corp., the latest auto parts maker to disappoint Wall Street, has seen its share price tumble. An earnings disappointment, an expected slowdown in the European replacement parts market, and uncertainty over future earnings have hurt. Investors are concerned about the ability of Dana, one of the industry's top consolidators, to squeeze the needed value of its $4.2 billion acquisition last year of Echlin Inc.
Rise and fall of Dana stock
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