General Motors Co. will be challenged to maintain its momentum without guidance from Bob Lutz, industry experts say as the legendary executive readies to leave the auto maker. GM’s vice chairman and de facto product guru will retire from the company May 1. Which poses the question: Who will fill the void? The foundation of any successful auto maker rests with its product-development prowess, says veteran auto analyst John Casesa of Casesa and Co., a Wall Street investment bank that ...
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