TROY, MI – General Motors Corp. dramatically has changed its business model in order to remain competitive in today’s global economy, a top executive says. The auto maker’s original business structure was a result of how the company was formed nearly a century ago, Gary Cowger, group vice president-global manufacturing and labor relations, says. “We were an acquisition company that bought various (other) companies not only here but around the world,” he tells attendees at a recent ...

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