WARREN, MI – General Motors Corp. President and CEO Fritz Henderson says the auto maker’s historic first week in bankruptcy was exactly that – one week down and as few as possible left to go. “We’re just trying to move as fast as we can to execute our plan, pull things forward, get things behind us,” Henderson tells journalists at the opening of the auto maker’s new battery-development laboratory here. GM filed for Chapter 11 June 1 in New York and spent that afternoon successfully ...
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