Speaking at a press conference late last week, Henderson said GM is in a do-or-die situation. "This is it. You get two chances. You don't get three," he said. "This is a precious opportunity."
However, Henderson's decision to run the automaker’s North American operations leaves the jobs of other high-ranking GM executives up in the air, reports Automotive News. Among them are Troy Clarke, president of GM North America, and Mark LaNeve, North American vice president for vehicle sales, service and marketing.
Henderson has stated that the rest of the executive reshuffled should be finalized within the next two to three weeks.