WARREN, MI – Retired General Motors Co. Vice Chairman Bob Lutz leaves the auto maker’s employees with one final piece of advice – try to be a pain in the neck. The 78-year-old Lutz, who officially left GM on May 1 but made one last round of goodbyes at the auto maker’s Detroit headquarters and nearby technical center, made a career of going against the grain. In fact, a famous first memo he composed just weeks after rejoining GM in 2001 challenged long-held operational beliefs at the ...

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