Harlow H. Curtice
Curtice took the helm of General Motors during the height of the post-war automobile boom. He dramatically impacted the boom by approving a $1 billion investment in the company. In so doing, General Motors expanded the scale and scope of its operations even though it was already the largest corporation in the world. During his tenure, GM became the first US company to record over $1 billion in profits.

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  • Military Service: Army