George R. Perry, the aggressive but affable president and chief executive officer of Siemens Automotive, unexpectedly announces his retirement effective Jan. 1 for both personal and professional reasons. For Siemens, a company that is steadfastly denying rumors that its automotive operations could be up for sale, the timing could not have been worse. But Mr. Perry, 55, says his decision to retire is purely coincidental, and that the key factor in his retirement is making more time for ...
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