CANBERRA, Australia – The man who turned Holden Ltd., the General Motors Corp. subsidiary, into a powerhouse stunned the Australian auto industry with his decision to retire at the end of the year. Chairman and Managing Director Peter Hanenberger, 61, says he will return to his native Germany and has placed a special order for Holden to build a left-hand-drive Commodore to take home. Hanenberger has held the top job since 1999 and is recognized as the architect of Holden's aggressive ...
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