Delphi sells off thermal business for $727 million to focus on power train, electronics architecture, and vehicle safety

Delphi Automotive recently announced that it is selling off its thermal business unit to its German competitor Mahle for $727 million in cash. Mahle develops and manufactures components like piston systems, cylinder parts, valve train, air management, and liquid management systems for auto OEMs a...

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