GM CEO facing critics who call for new leadership


By Jui Chakravorty DETROIT, March 21 (Reuters) - After six years leading General Motors Corp , Chief Executive Rick Wagoner faces a growing number of critics who want him to step aside in order to win back investor confidence. Wagoner, 53, has drawn praise from analysts, dealers and even board members for his commitment to turning around the world's largest automaker with a minimum of disruption as its slashes costs and shuts down plants. But critics say that same trait has kept GM ...

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