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  1. GM's Marketing Chief Abruptly Resigns


    Mon, 30 Jul 2012

    news is that CEO Dan Akerson can now hire whoever he wants to lead marketing. Ewanick was hired by Akerson's predecessor, Ed Whitacre . For now, however, we see GM's brand positioning in even more limbo than it was already. GM recently backed off its

  2. Another View: It’s Time for Obama 2.0


    Thu, 14 Oct 2010

    heavily in renewable energy and information technology, and would be a great advocate for new company formation. Edward E . Whitacre Jr . of General Motors : Mr. Whitacre did a spectacular job in turning around G.M. with his practical, no-nonsense

  3. Revamping President Obama’s Economic Policies


    Fri, 1 Oct 2010

    could refocus the U.S. economy on R&D, innovation, and creativity that will add sustainable jobs for the next decade. Ed Whitacre , General Motors : Whitacre a spectacular job did in turning around General Motors with his practical, no-nonsense style

  4. GM's Renaissance Continues


    Wed, 18 Aug 2010

    the filing was briefly delayed by the announcement that CEO Ed Whitacre will be stepping down at the beginning of September . In the ..... itself did not comment on this information . Chairman and CEO Ed Whitacre spoke at the end of the call to announce that he is resigning

  5. Perspectives Archive - December 2009, Page 2


    Tue, 12 Jan 2010

    needs is a head hunter to find a new CEO. It already has one of the best CEOs in the country: a tough-minded Texan named Ed Whitacre . Merk Funds | Axel Merk | 12-04-2009 Dollar Implications of Dubai Jitters The credit crisis is not last year’s nightmare

  6. SBC CEO Continues to Cry Foul


    Wed, 9 Oct 2002

    In a speech Tuesday, SBC SBC CEO Ed Whitacre again took shots at regulations that require the company to sell parts of its network to competitors. Whitacre's statements

  7. Expense Reductions Planned at SBC


    Fri, 27 Sep 2002

    quarters and further reduce capital spending next year. The press release announcing the cuts was littered with quotes from CEO Ed Whitacre attacking the current regulations and threatening customers with poor service if things don't change. We think it is highly

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