The seeds of brand management were planted a few years ago, now it's time to grow, says a top General Motors Corp. executive. The business technique was perfected by packaged goods companies and currently is a hot trend in the automotive industry. It is needed especially at GMC, Oldsmobile and Buick, the three divisions that have struggled the most with creating identities since GM rolled out brand management a few years ago. “I think Chevrolet has a strong brand position with the ...

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