DETROIT – No new job cuts are coming for General Motors Co. white-collar or blue-collar employees. That likely is the biggest piece of news to emerge from GM Chairman Ed Whitacre’s first meeting with the media in his new additional role of GM CEO. The U.S.’ largest auto maker has been racked with uncertainty since former CEO Fritz Henderson was sacked and sweeping upper-management changes were announced last week. When asked, Whitacre is succinct: “No plans for new cuts.” ...
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