General Motor Co. President and CEO Fritz Henderson says the current health of the U.S. economy and the pace of its recovery ranks among his greatest concerns 90 days into the auto maker’s recovery from bankruptcy. Henderson also confirms U.S. sales chief Mark LaNeve will leave the company this month to pursue interests outside of the auto industry, the latest in a long list of executives to resign or retire from GM as it tries to shrink its management ranks and injects fresh thinking into ...

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