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Claudio Domenicali Is the New Ducati CEO


Ducati named General Manager Claudio Domenicali as its CEO. Claudio Domenicali joined the Italian sports-motorcycle brand in 1991 as a project leader. He will replace Gabriele Del Torchio, who will be CEO of Alitalia, with immediate effect. Del Torchio joined Ducati in 2007 and became CEO after the company was purchased by Audi. He was also member of Audi’s Lamborghini board. ...
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