TURIN – General Motors Corp. is head-hunting, simultaneously seeking to fill the global auto maker’s top three design jobs. Hans Seer, head of design for GM Europe, retired on April 1. Wayne Cherry departs as GM U.S. design boss upon turning 65 in September. And the position as head of the U.S. advanced studio also soon will be vacant. The positions carry prestige, immense influence and impressive salaries. ANALYSIS Sources claim Bob Lutz, GM's recently appointed global ...
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