WILMINGTON, DE – General Motors Corp. Chairman John F. (Jack) Smith Jr. tells shareholders here at the company’s annual meeting that he will step down from his post in less than a year. Presiding over his seventh annual meeting for GM, Smith says he will call it quits at the end of April 2003, when he will be 65 years old. GM Chairman John F. (Jack) Smith No successor has been named, but speculation is current CEO Rick Wagoner will be given the chairman’s mantle. Whether ...

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