Steve Harris, who served as a communications executive during the resurgence of two Detroit auto makers, will announce his retirement today from General Motors Corp., Ward’s has learned. GM Communications chief Steve Harris is retiring Jan. 1. Harris has served as executive vice president-communications at GM since 1999. He will be replaced by Tom Kowaleski, vice president-GM North America Communications, effective Jan. 1, Ward’s is told. A GM spokesman confirms the executive ...

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