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GM to make more job cuts, Ray Young to stay GM CFO… maybe

During General Motors’ 90-day progress report yesterday, CEO Fritz Henderson said that GM has about 10,500 more U.S. workers than called for by year’s end under its previously stated turnaround plan. Since it came out of bankruptcy three months ago, GM has cut its U.S. hourly workforce by 21 percent and salaried ranks by 18.2 […]

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Susan Docherty to replace Mark LaNeve as GM’s head of U.S. sales

During Fritz Henderson’s announcement on General Motors’ progress in the first 90 days out of bankruptcy, the CEO announced that the company’s head of U.S. sales, Mark LaNeve, has resigned. It was just confirmed that the Susan Docherty will replace LaNeve as the new vice president of U.S. sales. “She brings a fresh perspective to […]

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Mark LaNeve resigns as GM’s head of U.S. sales

General Motors Company’s head of U.S. sales, Mark LaNeve, will be resigning his position as of Oct. 15. “Mark’s going to join another company to pursue an interest outside the auto industry,” GM CEO Fritz Henderson said during a conference call earlier today. LaNeve, 50, was appointed vice president of vehicle sales, service and marketing […]

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GM announces new executive committee, leadership appointments and retirements

General Motors Company announced today the formations of its new executive committee that will lead the new GM, which recently came out of bankruptcy. The Detroit automaker also announced a number of leadership appointments and retirements. “With these announcements, most of the new GM leadership team is in place,” Henderson said. We expect to have the final […]

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