DETROIT – It is debatable who has the toughest job in Detroit these days. Some say Ron Gettelfinger, president of the United Auto Workers union; or Robert “Steve” Miller, chairman and CEO of bankrupt supplier Delphi Corp.; or Ford Motor Co. Chairman and CEO Bill Ford. A fourth candidate with a solid shot at the title is Rick Wagoner. As chairman and CEO of General Motors Corp., Wagoner presides over an enterprise long on the decline. In 2005, alone, GM has been losing U.S. market ...
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