Harlow Curtice

Most Influential Person

American businessman

Why Is Harlow Curtice Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Harlow Herbert Curtice was an American automotive industry executive who led General Motors from 1953 to 1958. As GM's chief, he was selected as Man of the Year for 1955 by Time magazine. Curtice was born in Petrieville, Michigan. He joined General Motors at age 20, and rose through its AC Spark Plug division to head it by age 36, and made the division profitable during the Depression. Selected to head the Buick division of GM, he expanded its line and made it profitable in the 1930s.

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