By Paul A. Eisenstein Hyundai Motor Group’s new 49-year-old chairman Euisun Chung takes charge of a company ensconced in a culture that reveres its elders. Having largely worked in the shadow of his father, Mong-Koo Chung, for many year, he is looking to continue the growth of the automaker for the next several decades. To do that, he’ll need to walk a delicate line of honoring the company’s ways while unleashing the enthusiasm and creativity of its younger employees. Read more at TheDetroitBureau.com.
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