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GM’s Chief Tech Officer Stephens to Retire After 43-Year Rollercoaster Career

Following General Motors’ 2008 bankruptcy, it’s been a guessing game trying to figure out how much of “New GM” is actually new versus an idiosyncratic carryover from the bad ol’ days. It’s also been tough sorting out the good apples among that bushel of company leadership. But if his list of accomplishments holds any weight, [...]
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