DETROIT – Like a politician on the campaign trail, General Motors Corp. CEO Rick Wagoner is out drumming up support for his leadership and turnaround plan for the troubled auto maker. After suffering a string of recent setbacks, including revelations the Securities and Exchange Commission is conducting six investigations into possible accounting violations, and news that GM had to add another $2 billion to $8.6 billion in losses in 2005, Wagoner recently won a vote of confidence from GM’s ...
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