Saturn loses autonomy for growth

Miller, Joe
May 2000
Automotive News;5/1/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5872, p96
Trade Publication
Outlines the reorganization of Saturn Corp. Direct supervisor of Jill Lajdziak, Saturn's top sales executive; Job responsibilities of Saturn Chairman Cynthia Trudell; Positive outcome of Saturn's reorganization. INSET: How Saturn will change with $1.5 billion investment.


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