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Old Posted Aug 22, 2010, 4:04 AM
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GM CEO Commutes from SA

I don't know if this is worthy of a new thread, but I didn't see a logical place to post this. The outgoing CEO of GM commutes to Detroit from San Antonio!


Dan Akerson, the incoming CEO of General Motors, plans to house shop in metro Detroit -- a move that signals he's going to stay a while and bring some stability to GM management.
Akerson will be GM's fourth CEO since March 2009, and is expected to stay two to four years.
The McLean, Va., resident will make a Detroit-area home his primary residence, two sources familiar with the situation said. In contrast, outgoing CEO Ed Whitacre stayed in an apartment at the Westin Book Cadillac hotel and commuted from his home in San Antonio.
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Old Posted Aug 22, 2010, 1:45 PM
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I remember seeing some time back some census data showing where ppl in the SA metro commuted to, and there was one person who it said commuted to Wayne county, MI. Guess that was Whitacre, lol.
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Old Posted Aug 23, 2010, 3:59 AM
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Fred Diaz, CEO of Dodge Truck, a South San Grad commuted back and forth to S.A. from Detroit.
2018 S. A. Pop.1.51 million
metro 2.5 million/REGION 4.7million
San Antonio economy and largest economic sectors. Annual contribution towards GDP.
U.S. Dept of Defense $48.5 billion/Manufacturing $40.5 billion/Healthcare-Biosciences $40 billion/Finance-Insurance $20 billion/Tourism $15 billion/ Technology $10 billion.
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