Despite some rumors suggesting the contrary, General Motors Corp. North American design chief Wayne K. Cherry says he won't leave GM before hitting the company's mandatory retirement age of 65 in 2002. “I'll be here until I retire, until I'm 65,” says Mr. Cherry, who turns 63 in September. “I can remember the day I drove in the Mound gate entrance to (GM's) Technical Center (in Warren, MI) in my '55 Chevy. And this business is just as exciting today as it was then.” But it probably ...
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