Who's On Top?

The ultimate 2009 guide to the leadership at General Motors, Ford and Chrysler



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Despite the challenges faced by the Detroit Three automakers, the executive teams  contributed mightily to the global economy. On the following pages, DBusiness presents a listing of the top management ranks, as of December 15, 2008.

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