DETROIT – General Motors Corp. President and CEO Fritz Henderson says the auto maker’s bankruptcy is moving smoothly and suggests it could exit Chapter 11 protection earlier than anticipated. “It’s progressing according to plan,” Henderson tells Ward’s during a roundtable with journalists at The National Summit here. GM entered bankruptcy on June 1 and its first-day motions, a laundry list of items needing court approval for the auto maker to continue with everyday operations, have been ...
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