By Karen Padley NEW YORK, April 29 (Reuters) - Four months into the top job at Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. , Robert Keegan is headed to Wall Street this week with pressure mounting to deliver on years of unkept management promises to reverse chronic troubles at the world's No. 3 tire maker. Keegan, a one-time Eastman Kodak Co. executive who became Goodyear chief executive on Jan. 1, is expected to reveal plans to cut staff further and perhaps close plants to shore up its weak North ...
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