General Motors Corp. shakes up its top ranks as Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner announces he personally will take over day-to-day control of the auto maker’s North American operations. The shuffle moves former GMNA President Gary Cowger to the newly created post of global manufacturing and labor, while product czar Bob Lutz is stripped of his GMNA chairman title and given responsibility for GM’s global product development functions. (See related story: GM Lowers Q1, 2005 Outlook) GM ...
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