We can't be sure if he plays the Matthew Wilder original or P. Diddy's version, but we imagine Rick Wagoner waking up every morning to "Ain't nobody gonna break my stride, ain't nobody gonna slow me down, oh no...." In addition to his seat on the board of the Washington Post, Wagoner's been voted onto the board of Aleris Holding Co., an aluminum recycler. Aleris went bankrupt last year, exiting bankruptcy in May under the ownership of Oaktree Capital Management. As a producer of aluminum products, Aleris is probably looking to Wagoner's "wealth of expertise" to help it expand its markets.

[Source: Automotive News – Sub. Req. | Image: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images]


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