DETROIT – General Motors Co. President and CEO Fritz Henderson says the recently bankrupt and now privately held auto maker could go public in second-half 2010, although much depends on getting its financial house in order and accelerating its business performance. “Business performance, without a doubt, is the most important determinant of whether we go public in the second half of the year,” Henderson tells Ward’s during an interview at GM world headquarters here. Since exiting ...
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