Mark Hogan hasn’t gone crazy, although some may think so. After spending more than three years as president of one of the world’s largest, most successful automotive suppliers, and after 30 years with the world’s largest auto maker, General Motors Corp., Hogan is following the entrepreneur’s dream, attempting to build a company from the ground up. In his latest career twist, the 57-year-old Hogan is cultivating the market for a low-volume niche vehicle that meets the unique needs of the ...
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