FRANKFURT – Although speculation favors General Motors Corp. designer Ed Welburn to replace retiring Vice President of Design Wayne Cherry, GM is taking its sweet time making an official announcement. Cherry says designing Cadillac Sixteen was once-in-a-career opportunity. The auto maker has passed up two obvious opportunities: the opening of the GM design display at the Frankfurt auto show last week and the June celebration of 75 years of GM automotive design. (See related ...

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