CHICAGO – Fewer models, not brands, and lower incentives ultimately will allow General Motors Corp. to reverse its market-share slide and get back on solid financial ground, the two executives charged with leading a North American turnaround say. GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner largely has been mum when it comes to a strategy for pulling the auto maker out of its current morass, but the first hints of that game plan emerge in an interview with Mark LaNeve, executive vice president-vehicle ...
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