By Nick Tate PALM BEACH, Florida, April 30 (Reuters) - The boss of General Motors Co said on Monday the U.S. automaker's most senior woman executive is one of his potential successors, adding that women deal with change better than men and GM still has a lot of changes to make since its 2009 bankruptcy and $50 billion government bailout. GM Chief Executive Dan Akerson also said he did not know whether U.S. taxpayers would get their money back, though the automaker is generating record ...
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