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In the driver’s seat
Do we really need another Ron Zarrella story?
Business Week apparently thinks so, and in a July 3 article explores how General Motors “learns to love an outsider.” That outsider–former B&L president Zarrella–has impressed auto industry insiders merely by lasting seven months on the job.
“He has survived the GM immune system,” a company exec explains.
Zarrella still suffers from an old B&L virus, though, in the form of an ongoing SEC investigation–perhaps a tougher bug to cast out.

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