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April 15 (Bloomberg) — General Motors Co.’s new Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra moved to put more of her team in place with the automaker revealing the departure of two senior executives, including its top spokesman, as the company faces mounting pressure over its slow recall of 2.59 million vehicles linked to the deaths of at least 13 people.

Barra also pledged on the company’s website to employees that senior leadership would be held accountable for dealing with any safety concerns raised by a new program announced last week to encourage workers to voice concerns openly or anonymously.

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