General Motors Co.’s historically slow-moving, change-resistant culture has been replaced officially by one that waits for nothing or no-one, according to industry and company insiders. The frank assessment comes in the wake of an aggressive shakeup that sees GM name its third marketing chief in less than a year, and its second in four months. The auto maker lures Joel Ewanick from Nissan North America Inc. as a replacement for Susan Docherty as vice president-U.S. marketing. The ...
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