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October 27, 1992 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The forced resignation of General Motors Corp. Chairman Robert C. Stempel has cleared the way for a new management team to carry out the radical transformation widely viewed as essential for the auto maker's survival. The two men most likely to lead the accelerated effort to turn around the company, analysts said Monday, are John G. Smale and John F. Smith Jr., both of whom have been working largely behind the scenes to transform the company since April.
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October 27, 1992 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The forced resignation of General Motors Corp. Chairman Robert C. Stempel has cleared the way for a new management team to carry out the radical transformation widely viewed as essential for the auto maker's survival. The two men most likely to lead the accelerated effort to turn around the company, analysts said Monday, are John G. Smale and John F. Smith Jr., both of whom have been working largely behind the scenes to transform the company since April.
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April 7, 1992 | DONALD WOUTAT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The board of General Motors Corp. abruptly ousted the company's president as well as its chief financial officer in an unprecedented shake-up that reflects the deep woes confronting the world's largest industrial corporation. Meeting in Dallas, GM's board also moved to take a more prominent role in overseeing the corporation by installing an outside director as head of the board's executive committee in place of Chairman Robert C. Stempel. After less than two years on the job, Lloyd E.
BUSINESS
April 7, 1992 | DONALD WOUTAT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The board of General Motors Corp. abruptly ousted the company's president as well as its chief financial officer in an unprecedented shake-up that reflects the deep woes confronting the world's largest industrial corporation. Meeting in Dallas, GM's board also moved to take a more prominent role in overseeing the corporation by installing an outside director as head of the board's executive committee in place of Chairman Robert C. Stempel. After less than two years on the job, Lloyd E.
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