If General Motors Corp. can't improve its market share and revenues through traditional retailing, maybe it can through cyberspace. GM announced last week it was creating a new business group, called e-GM, that will harmonize the company's Internet commerce and push innovative initiatives such as OnStar, which GM says it currently is negotiating to offer on competitors' vehicles. To lead e-GM, the company taps Mark T. Hogan, the former small car engineering chief who aggressively touted ...
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