Wagoner's resignation related to more auto aid-source


NEW YORK, March 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp Chief Executive Rick Wagoner's decision to resign is related to the automaker's negotiations with U.S. officials over further federal aid to avoid bankruptcy, a person familiar with the matter said. The person, who declined to be identified because the decision had not been made public yet, had earlier told Reuters that Wagoner was about to step down from the top job after more than eight years as head of the struggling automaker. ...

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