CHICAGO – When Brent Dewar, 48, took over as general manager of Chevrolet in March, his directive was simple and to the point: sell 3 million vehicles – last accomplished in 1979 – to ensure that General Motors Corp. reaches a 30% market share. Chevy fell 400,000 units short of that figure last year, but Dewar has until 2005 to finish the task. "The 3 million objective is an attainable goal with the products we have in the pipeline," Dewar says. Brent Dewar The reason Chevy ...

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