DETROIT – General Motors Co. management is now set at the top, but additional tweaks will be made to the middle layers, says Chairman and CEO Ed Whitacre. Whitacre met with the media at GM headquarters today to announce he is assuming the position as the auto maker’s permanent CEO, ending a less-than-60-day search by the GM board to find a successor for Fritz Henderson, ousted Dec. 1. Whitacre, 68, also pledges GM will repay some $8 billion in U.S. and Canadian government loans no later ...
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