DETROIT -- General Motors Corp. Chairman Jack Smith tells Ward’s at the North American International Auto Show here that he will remain in his current position at the automaker until March when he turns 65, the company’s mandatory retirement age. Rumors of Smith retiring have been circulating for several years -- the latest speculation has him stepping down in June. Smith reveals he considered leaving GM before he turned 65, but was asked by the company to stay on board. “Of course, I ...
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