May 13, 1944, in Pittsburgh.
BS, finance, Duquesne University, in 1967; MBA, University of Michigan, in 1972.
Vice-chairman and chief financial officer, General Motors.
At age 11, bagged groceries in a local store.
In 1974, after two years in Ford's finance department, Devine wanted to resign to drive across the country in a motor home with his wife. Instead, Ford granted Devine a one-year sabbatical.
BEHIND THE WHEEL
Owns a pair of Porsches; wants to buy a 1954 GMC Pickup and a 1967 Corvette.
Listens to rock 'n' roll; still follows the Pittsburgh Pirates and Pittsburgh Steelers.
"Get things done. We spend a lot of time planning strategy. But we get paid for results."
Wife, Pat; one daughter, one son.