Do not expect a tidal wave of Chevy Cobalts to precede the launch of its successor in the C-car segment, the Chevy Cruze, according to key General Motors Co. executives. Chairman Ed Whitacre, who recently assumed the interim-CEO mantle, is challenging the auto maker’s realigned management team to abandon historic practices such as pushing products on the market, the insiders note. “This has to be a customer- and demand-driven business, not a capacity-filling activity,” Mark Reuss, newly ...

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