WARREN, MI – CEO Dan Akerson is promising a faster, more nimble General Motors will evolve over the next three years as it rolls out $16 billion in new product in North America, backed by a huge investment in in-house information technology. The IT play is the latest move by the auto maker that already has had some success in reinventing itself following a 2009 bankruptcy that forced it to shed brands, close plants and shrink its workforce. “So if you’ve seen the ...

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