Chrysler's Frightening Financial HoleDavid Woodruff
Lee Iacocca is on the road again. Only this time, instead of pushing Detroit iron, he's hawking 33 million new shares of Chrysler Corp. stock. Iacocca isn't smiling from the tube or wrapping Chrysler in the American flag. On a road show across the U. S. and Europe ending on Sept. 29, he's facing tough questions from hundreds of analysts. For the consummate showman, this may be the toughest sales job yet.
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