CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA —- It’s been a flip-flop year for Cadillac. Sales for General Motors Corp.’s luxury flagship brand were running 16% below like-2000 levels through August. But for the last two months Cadillac says it has led the U.S. luxury market. “We’re not making a big deal out of it,” says Mark LaNeve, Cadillac’s general marketing manager. “Our goal is to profitably grow volume while we regain our premium image.” LaNeve says the big players in the luxury segment will be in ...
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