In desperate need of some positive PR, General Motors Corp. names Steve Harris vice president-global communications effective Feb. 1. Harris, 60, replaces Tom Kowaleski, 54, who has resigned effective March 1. Harris rejoins GM for his third tour of duty, having begun his career at the auto maker in 1967, before signing on with American Motors Corp. in 1979 as director of product public relations. Harris headed Chrysler Corp.’s public relations department between 1987 and 1998, then ...
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