Chrysler Knocks, And Kerkorian Answers AgainBy
They code-named it "Grand Slam." And Chrysler Corp. was praying for just such a big play. Faced with a possible cash crunch brought on by sluggish car sales and the expensive launch of two new models, Chairman Lee A. Iacocca was beating the bushes for $350 million in fresh cash. Detroit's No. 3 auto maker got its prayers answered on Oct. 2, when Los Angeles moneyman Kirk Kerkorian picked up 17% of its new shares.
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