General Motors Corp., in search of more innovative products for its vehicles, is making a plea to suppliers to share its technology with them. Tom Fabus, head of vehicle purchasing for GM North America, says technology now will be rolled in with quality, service and price as a key element in how the automaker evaluates suppliers for future products. GM has enhanced its advanced purchasing organization with that goal in mind. The once small group is now in charge of sourcing all new parts ...
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