On the surface, Cadillac's decision to redesign its logo may not seem like such a major event. But beyond the redesigned wreath and crest logo is a spate of new products planned for the next five years that may indicate the division finally knows where it wants to go. The question is whether it has the solid footing to get there. Cadillac General Manager John Smith admits it will take a hefty dose of cash and new products, not just a new logo, to boost the division's image. And it will ...
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