General Motors Co. says it will conduct an external search for a new CEO for Adam Opel GmbH following the resignation of Carl-Peter Forster, although a GM insider could be named to guide the German subsidiary through an interim period. That temporary head could be Nick Reilly, who presently oversees GM’s International Operations and is a U.K. native, or possibly Bob Lutz, who serves on Opel’s supervisory board and once led GM Europe. However, both have full plates – Lutz is trying turn ...

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