Big deal translates to big promotion

August 1997
Crain's Detroit Business;08/11/97, Vol. 13 Issue 32, p42
Focuses on Matt Cullen, director of General Motors Corporation's worldwide real estate operation. Background information on Cullen; Citing the appointment of Cullen to head the company's Enterprise Activities Group; Comments from Harry Pearce, vice chairman of the company.


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