General Motors Retains Bob Lutz as Advisor
DETROIT – General Motors today announced the retention of former Vice
Chairman Robert A. "Bob" Lutz to provide counsel to the
senior leadership team of the company.
Lutz will be available to executives on a part-time consultancy basis
effective immediately. He brings a wealth of experience built over
the course of more than 40 years in the industry, including two
stints at GM. He has also been a senior executive at Ford, Chrysler,
BMW and was CEO of Exide Batteries.
Lutz has been providing advice to GM executives informally since
retiring from the company in 2010.
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Hey, why get one buy out when you can get two multi-million dollar buy
outs backed by the taxpayer? Just coming abck for more...
Hey, GM sales of the Volt are pathetic. GM on the rocks again? Who is
Hey, you can saddle taxpayers witht eh debts of the dysfunctional
Government Motors, but you still have a dysfunctional company. I wonder
how the books are doing at AmeriCredit, just running down another
company. No job, bad credit, bankrupt, no problem if you buy a Volt.
If it is all Bush's fault, then how come Obama is doing much more of the
same and expecting different results?
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