More shakeup at GM. Chevy chief Dewar out.

Here goes the merry-go-round. Two more executives are heading out at General Motors. Chevrolet General Manager W.W. Brent Dewar is quitting his job, the company said. He will be replaced by longtime Chevy hand James Campbell. Separately, a management source said that Buick-GMC general manager Michael Richards is out. What does it all mean? For starters, GM better start doing some hiring, and fast. With the CEO out, the CFO soon to be replaced and one brand manager job open, GM needs to start stabilizing its management ranks. This is a pivotal point for a company that is launching new models and trying to patch up tattered brands.

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