The churn atop General Motors continues today with the resignation of Chief Financial Officer Chris Liddell, on the job just over 14 months, as Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson defends the auto maker’s strategy. Dan Ammann, GM treasurer and vice president-finance, will become the company’s fourth CFO in three years when he succeeds Liddell April 1. The move comes on the heels of upheaval in GM’s marketing and product-development organizations. The goal is to “reconfigure” GM around a ...
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