FRANKFURT – There are interesting moves under way within General Motors Corp.’s design staff as the countdown to the announcement of Wayne Cherry's successor heads into its last months. Wayne Cherry, surrounded by seven Eyes on Design awards GM won at this year’s Detroit auto show. Cherry, who should have retired last September, postponed his departure by a year to give GM more time to find the right person. Two of the front line candidates have just swapped jobs. Anne ...
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