WASHINGTON – Jack Smith’s office at 1660 L. St., General Motors Corp.’s Washington headquarters, is modest compared to his sprawling suite at GM’s World Headquarters in Detroit. Not a phone booth, but modest in size and furnishings. John F. Smith Jr. Somehow it fits his personality: A small town boy from Worchester, MA, who despite his lofty title as chairman of the world’s largest industrial corporation still clings to his Yankee roots, his New England accent (“cah,” not ...
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