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1990s supercars

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General Motors is seeking 'motivating, inspirational' CEO, Whitacre says

Tue, 15 Dec 2009

General Motors Co.'s board is looking inside and outside the automaker for “a motivating, inspirational leader” to be its next chief executive, said Ed Whitacre, chairman and interim CEO. Whitacre said candidates don't need to be an existing CEO or even have strong auto credentials. But he would like a strong leader.