General Motors Corp. will not turn itself around overnight, but it is on the right track with a series of cost-saving and revenue-enhancing moves that should take hold in the second quarter and start yielding results by the third and fourth. That’s the gist of a new public-relations campaign being waged by GM CEO Rick Wagoner as he struggles to explain a very deliberate and incremental comeback plan while at the same time combating a litany of problems at the world’s largest auto maker ...

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