Jerome York, the top aid to rebellious General Motors Corp. billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian, resigns his short and acrimonious tenure as a GM board director days after members vote down a proposed 3-way alliance with Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Kerkorian’s investment company, Tracinda Corp., now says it no longer is interested in purchasing up to 12 million additional shares in GM, a reversal of just one week ago. Kerkorian at that time was pushing for an independent review ...
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