DETROIT – General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson says the auto maker has stopped its U.S. market-share freefall from the last decade and will emulate its chief rival to accelerate its history-making turnaround. “We’ve stemmed the tide,” Akerson tells Ward’s before addressing its first public annual meeting of shareholders. Over the last decade, GM watched its share of its most important market fall from 28.4% to 19.1% at the close of 2010, according to Ward’s data. Meanwhile, ...

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