General Motors Corp.'s six science laboratories once were the envy of industrial world. The brainpower harnessed on its Warren, MI campus enabled GM to become a renowned product innovator. But in recent years, the reputation of its laboratories has sagged in concert with its market share, and GM has been criticized for its inability to turn research developments into profitable marketplace advances. Alan I. Taub, GM's new Executive Director of Science for GM Research and Development, is ...
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