ROYAL OAK, MI – General Motors Corp.’s search to replace advanced product development chief Mark Hogan may take longer than expected, says Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner. The auto maker has not yet decided if a GM employee or an outsider will replace Hogan, who is leaving Sept. 1 to become president at Magna International Corp., executives say. Rick Wagoner is mum on whether Mark Hogan's replacement will come from within or outside GM. Bob Lutz, GM vice chairman-product development, ...
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