Passion and ambition knows no age limits. Just ask the 79-year-old retired (and unretired) vice-chairmen of General Motors and Rita Coolidge, the woman with a four-decade long career. They’re finding new ways to keep growing bolder.
When Detroit gets in trouble, General Motors usually turns to its fiery retired vice-chairman Robert Lutz. Find out why, at 79, he’s always willing to unretire and shake up the “bean counters” to remind them what’s really important about car buying.