Cadillac Div.'s new chief says his first priorities will be hitting volume and profit goals and building dealer relations. Michael O'Malley says it's vital that General Motor Corp.'s flagship division reaches management's volume and profit commitments, as well as customer satisfaction bogeys. “I'm held accountable for doing that,” Mr. O'Malley says. Mr. O'Malley is focused on driving home Cadillac's product plan that calls for six new products by 2003, industry sources say. He assumes ...
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