From roof of OnStar’s headquarters, President Chet Huber sees miles of growth potential. Every morning when Chet Huber climbs into his Cadillac Escalade at his Grosse Pointe home in suburban Detroit, he issues a command to his OnStar Virtual Advisor. "Give me my traffic," he says. Within a minute, a pre-programmed route to his office in Troy or to Metropolitan Airport in Romulus is overlaid with Westwood One’s Metro Networks traffic grid for the Detroit area. That same grid ...
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