General Motors Co., unsatisfied with its rebound out of last summer’s bankruptcy, makes a swath of executive changes aimed at reshaping North American operations to be more nimble and closely connected to dealers and customers. “We always feel you can do better,” GM North American President Mark Reuss tells Ward’s during a conference call earlier today with journalists to detail the new managerial structure. GM’s business performance in the last three months has been on par with the ...
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