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PSA Group sees its North American return as a chance to transition to a mobility-first business.
Denso's strategists have peered into the year 2050 -- and now they intend to remake the company accordingly.
PSA completed its takeover of the Opel and Vauxhall brands from GM on Tuesday, installing a fresh leadership team.
Jackie Parker, who was named director of global philanthropy and corporate giving for General Motors in fall 2015, is leaving the post, effective today.
New Ford CEO Jim Hackett has shortened his top executives' schedules by 30 minutes a day and said morale has already improved.
After 21 years with BMW, including six in the U.S., Ludwig Willisch will retire as the company's Americas chief as of Aug. 1. The retirement of Willisch, 61, had been expected.
Former Chrysler chief Bob Nardelli was named chairman of Ioxus, a company that develops transportation power storage technologies and alternative energy.
Former GM purchasing chief Bo Andersson has returned to the auto industry to lead European operations for Japanese auto supplier Yazaki.
Audi is considering dismissing board members including its sales and production chiefs as a warning to CEO Rupert Stadler, Handelsblatt reported.
BMW said Ian Robertson will retire as the automaker's sales chief. He will be succeeded by Pieter Nota, who moves to BMW from Dutch electronics and lighting company Philips.
Tesla said SolarCity co-founder Peter Rive is leaving the company, eight months after the electric car maker bought the biggest residential solar panel maker.
KC Crain, group publisher of Automotive News, has been named president of parent Crain Communications after a change in the company's family ownership structure.
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