Interim GM CEO on Fritz Henderson's abrupt resignation
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Interim GM CEO on Fritz Henderson's abrupt resignation

On Tuesday, Ed Whitacre, the interim chief executive of General Motors, spoke in one of his first face-to-face discussions with reporters about the company's challenges to get a new CEO, gain market share and repay its government loans. (Dana Hedgpeth/The Washington Post)

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