Auto Parts Company Comes Back From Near-Death Experience
If nothing else, Tenneco has proven you can rise from the dead on Wall Street. Or at least the near-dead. The Lake Forest, Ill.-based company makes and sells automotive emission-control systems, ride-control systems and other gear to car makers worldwide. Its stock recently touched a two-year high of 27.50. It has turned in three straight quarters of profits and is expected to do the same over the next year and beyond. Sales are up, demand is up
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