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GM CEO Mary Barra says company is ready to give up politeness


Chief Executive Mary Barra has made her latest appearance before the Detroit Economic Club, a welcomed change of scenery from the tensioned US congress hearings she had to endure lately. The No. 1 US automaker has been hit by a huge recall crisis, numerous federal investigations, a $35 million fine from the NHTSA, fired more than a dozen employees completely changed ...
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Report – New Ford CEO to support Lincoln rebirth
It appears that Mark Fields, Ford’s young and bold new chief executive, has decided to bring the almost catatonic Lincoln brand to its former prowess, putting his faith in the ...
FCA gets an interesting investor: CEO Sergio Marchionne
Following the well known saying “Put your money where your mouth is,” Marchionne, chief executive of recently merged Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has recently purchased 335,745 ordinary shares from the automaker ...
Porsche CEO says what everyone knows: Panamera sedan is not beautiful
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FCA CEO Marchionne mulls retirement after 2018
Sergio Marchionne, the architect behind Fiat SpA’s progress since 2004 and the mastermind of the Chrysler purchase and subsequent merger seems intent on finishing his run with the automaker in ...
Russia: AvtoVAZ CEO confident in Lada’s future
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Daimler and Renault-Nissan’s alliance is further extended
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CEO Marchionne confident on FCA’s New York listing
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is nearing its historic listing on the New York Stock Exchange and the chief executive of the newly merged group is confident the shares would mostly trade ...
GM CEO tries to publicly reintroduce herself
Mary Barra, the first female chief executive in the auto industry, has decided to move past the recall issues that plagued the company this year, making her first public appearance ...

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