Left in 1992 as president of GM Europe.
Joined Chrysler Corp. as vice chairman and COO.
Known for brokering Chrysler's 1998 sale to Daimler-Benz.
Left in 1992 as chairman and CEO.
Joined Energy Conversion Devices as board chairman in 1995.
Known for development work on the front-drive Oldsmobile Toronado and the catalytic converter.
Left in 1993 as general manager of St.
Therese, Quebec, manufacturing plant.
Joined Pratt & Whitney Canada as operations vice president.
Known for his rise to United Technologies Corp. president and CEO in 2006.
J. Ignacio Lopez
Left in 1993 as worldwide purchasing head, president-to-be of North American operations.
Joined Volkswagen as purchasing and production chief.
Known for leaving CEO Jack Smith holding the bag at a press conference called to announce his promotion; also for long legal battles involving alleged theft of GM's intellectual property.
Left in 1995 as vice president and treasurer.
Joined ITT Industries as CFO.
Known for becoming highest-ranking woman at GM, first female treasurer.
Left in 1995 as superintendent of Janesville (Wis.
) Truck and Bus plant.
Joined Utilimaster division of Harley-Davidson as manufacturing manager.
Known for becoming Nissan's senior vice president of manufacturing, supply chain management, and customer satisfaction for the Americas.
Left in 1998 as vice president of r&d.
Joined Energy Conversion Devices as vice chairman and CEO.
Known for developing and launching GM's EV1 electric vehicle.
Left in 1999 as executive director of North American vehicle integration.
Joined Chrysler as vice president of small-car-platform engineering.
Known for Oldsmobile product planning in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Left in 2000 as vice president of government relations.
Headed 2000 Republican National Convention in Philadelphia.
Known for his job as the Bush administration's first chief of staff, 2001-06.
Left in 2000 as vice president of corporate advertising and marketing.
Joined AdSpace Networks in 2001 as chairman.
Known for major media deals such as the three-year, $750 million pact with NBC in 1990; making GM the exclusive worldwide auto sponsor of the World Cup 1994 soccer championships; and the 1997 Olympics deal.
Left in 2000 as executive vice president, new business strategies.
Joined Lockheed Martin as president and COO.
Known for heading GM Europe in 1990s.
Left in 2000 as senior vice president of powertrain manufacturing.
Joined the Chrysler group as executive vice president of manufacturing.
Known for preceding Bob Nardelli as Chrysler's chairman and CEO.
Left in 2000 as executive vice president and CFO.
Joined Metaldyne Corp. as board chairman.
Known for general manager stints at Pontiac and Oldsmobile.
Left in 2000 as group vice president for North American sales, service and marketing.
Joined Reliant Equity Investors as managing director.
Known for energizing GMC Truck.
Left in 2001 as vice chairman.
Joined Hughes Electronics as chairman.
Known for his successful challenge of CBS' reporting in a 1963 "60 Minutes" report on the crashworthiness of GM pickups.
Left in 2001 as president of North American operations.
Joined Bausch & Lomb as CEO.
Known for an unsuccessful era of "brand-management" marketing at GM.
Left in 2002 as president of GMAC.
Joined Chubb Corp. as president and CEO.
Known for his long career at GM financial services.
Left in 2003 as general manager of Buick-Pontiac-GMC.
Joined Saatchi & Saatchi advertising as CEO of Torrance, Calif.
Known for astute marketing of Chevrolet trucks.
Left in 2003 as Buick designer.
Joined Hyundai as chief North American designer.
Known for designing the Buick Lucerne.
Left in 2003 as board chairman.
Joined Delta Air Lines in 2004 as nonexecutive board chairman.
Known for revitalizing GM in the 1990s.
Left in 2004 as president and CEO of GM Europe.
Joined Dana Corp. as president and CEO.
Known for his career at Delco Electronics.
Left in 2004 as group vice president of advanced development and president of e-commerce division.
Joined Magna International as president.
Known for formulating GM's electronic commerce strategies.
Left in 2004 as executive design director at Opel-Vauxhall.
Joined Ford of Europe as executive design director.
Known for designing Audi Quattro exterior and Audi TT interior.
Steve St. Angelo
Left in 2004 as manufacturing director at GM of MexiCo.Joined Toyota in 2005 as vice president of Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing in North America.
Known for a 2001 stint as NUMMI plant manager.
Left in 2005 as Cadillac design manager.
Joined Kia Motors as chief North American designer.
Known for designing the 2003 Cadillac CTS.