FRANKFURT – The most important legacy 71-year old General Motors Corp. Vice Chairman Bob Lutz can leave the auto maker is to ensure the creative product momentum and quality push he has spent the past three years setting up are sustainable long term. Despite all the changes he already has made, few doubt it would be all too easy for GM to slip back into its bureaucratic ways when “Maximum Bob” finally retires. GM’s Bob Lutz surrounds himself with product experts. To avoid this ...

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