Dick Dauch turns 65 in July, an age when most folks contemplate retirement and the arrival of Social Security checks. But if he’s ready to pack it in, the onetime “boy wonder,” who was only 30 when he was chosen to manage one of General Motors Corp.’s largest plants, shows no signs of letting up. Dauch is co-founder, chairman and CEO of Detroit-based American Axle & Mfg. Inc., which, during its 13 years of existence, has become a multinational Tier 1 supplier of axles and drivetrain ...

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