Storm before the calm

Guilford, Dave
January 2002
Automotive News;1/21/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5967, p3
Trade Publication
Reports the plan of Mark Hogan, an executive of General Motors (GM) Corp. to create a manufacturing System known as Yellowstone in Lansing, Michigan. Opposition of Steve Yokich, president of UAW to the plan; Transfer of Hogan to the company's electronic GM unit; List of steps made by GMC to make the Lansing Grand River happen.


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