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Ex-Chrysler head Bob Nardelli to chair Dunder Mifflin Ohio paper company

We haven't heard much from Bob Nardelli since he and his Cerberus buddies rode off into the sunset last year in the wake of the Chrysler bankruptcy. Having proved pretty conclusively that he and his team were incapable of running a large automotive enterprise, Nardelli has apparently managed to climb back on the horse to try again at a slightly smaller enterprise, albeit in a different industry.

REPORT: Cerberus sells more than half of Chrysler and GMAC, Chrysler denies

UPDATE: Chrysler just released the following statement: "Cerberus has not reduced or made any changes to its equity stakes in GMAC or Chrysler since the closing of either transaction. Cerberus continues to have voting control over both investments. It is common knowledge, and has been widely reported, that Cerberus made these investments side-by-side with its co-investors at the time of closing. As a general rule, Cerberus does not commit more than 5% of the capital of a

Magna confirms interest in Chrysler, visits Auburn Hills

The ups and downs of the rumored Chrysler sale are a better soap opera than NASCAR.

Line to buy Ford's Aston Martin grows

At least five potential Aston Martin buyers have now whipped out their platinum cards in anticipation of taking the esteemed carmaker off Ford's hands. One London banker said, "The interesting question is whether this is just going to be a scrap between the rich men of Russia and the rich men of the Middle East." It's interesting to note the plethora of former Ford execs hoping to get a piece of Aston.

Breaking: General Motors close to selling 51-percent stake in GMAC to investor consortium

According to newswire Reuters, General Motors is in discussions with an investor group to sell a 51-percent stake in GMAC financial. The Cerberus Capital Management-led coalition is expected to be worth around $11 billion, with a &