GM's hard driver

McGinn, Daniel
June 1996
Newsweek;6/10/1996, Vol. 127 Issue 24, p58
Profiles General Motors (GM) vice chairman Harry Pearce. Pearce to be at center stage in labor negotiations with the United Autoworkers; Notion that the talks are one more step in Pearce's quest to become GM's chief executive; Biographical information about the North Dakota native; How damage control made him a star at GM; Qualifications for the job of chief executive.


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