Lutz moves to an advisory role. But for how long?David Welch
Before General Motors Chairman and CEO Ed Whitacre announced the shakeup in the company’s executive ranks on Dec. 4, the rumor mill was cranking out all kinds of possibilities about the future of Vice Chairman Bob Lutz. Some said he would quit. Others said that he would become CEO.
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