The reason car company CEOs are required to step down and not bank CEOs?
Because the country is now owned and run by the banks. This was sealed by the forced passage of the October 2008 Banker Takeover Bill, otherwise known as the TARP, or bailout. It's as simple as that.
Also, car companies actually produce things, i.e. vehicles. The bankers who now openly run the country don't like production--they like producing fake money and getting people into literal debt slavery. Companies that actually produce things are a threat to the bankers, who produce nothing except debt for us and gargantuan profits for themselves.
Why are productive companies a threat? Because they can provide good-paying jobs which people might use some of the proceeds from to actually pay off debts or even worse (in the minds of the bankers), not have to borrow money (read: finance their own indebtedness) at all!
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost