DETROIT – General Motors Corp. wants to name a replacement quickly for Kurt Ritter, who shocks co-workers by resigning after just two months into his new position as general manager of General Motors Corp.’s Buick and Pontiac-GMC divisions. Ritter, who was unavailable for comment, left to take a position at the advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi Plc in Los Angeles where he will lead the firm’s Toyota Motor Corp. North American account. Roger Adams, who until earlier this year was ...

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