General Motors Corp. replaced its chief financial officer with a company executive who has experience in cost-cutting.
Frederick Henderson, the chairman of GM Europe, will take over for John Devine, who joined GM in 2001. Devine will remain at GM as a vice chairman for up to a year, serving as an advisor to GM chairman and chief executive Rick Wagoner.
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