Aftershocks following the abrupt resignation two weeks ago of Fritz Henderson continue to reverberate at General Motors Co., as two executives newly appointed by the former president and CEO resign from the auto maker. The departures of Buick-GMC General Manager Michael Richards and Chevrolet General Manager Brent Dewar come as further proof newly seated GM Chairman Ed Whitacre wants to transform the auto maker’s management ranks according to his own vision. “Whitacre is trying to change ...
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