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December 08, 2014

Changes at the top in Maserati North America and Maserati China

Effective January 1, 2015, Christian Gobber will be assigned responsibility for Maserati North America, replacing Pete Grady, who has announced his intent to retire effective March 31, 2015.

Christian Gobber will maintain his responsibility for Maserati Global Sales.

Effective January

November 20, 2014

Stephen K. Carlisle to lead General Motors Canada, Kevin W. Williams to retire after 31 years

Stephen K. Carlisle has been named President and Managing Director of General Motors of Canada Ltd., succeeding Kevin W. Williams, who has led GM Canada since 2010. Williams will assist in the transition through the end of the year.

Williams has elected to retire

November 19, 2014

Audi factory driver Tom Kristensen ends unique professional career

One of the really big names in sports is retiring: Le Mans record winner Tom Kristensen will contest his last race as a professional race driver in Sao Paulo (Brazil) at the end of November. The 47-year-old Dane will be retained by the brand with the four rings as a representative and

July 22, 2014

Ford announces new Senior Leadership Team Members for Lincoln

Paul Mascarenas, Chief technical Officer and Vice-President, Research and Advanced Engineering, has elected to retire after 32 years at Ford, effective October 1, 2014. He is being succeeded by Dr. Ken Washington, who is named Vice-President, Research

December 11, 2013

Dan Akerson to retire in January 2014, Mary Barra to become next GM CEO; more senior changes too

General Motors announced that Dan Akerson, who guided today's GM to record profits and dramatic improvement in vehicle quality while closing the chapter on government ownership in the company, will step down as Chairman and CEO on January 15, 2014.

November 08, 2013

Ford announces a serios of senior leadership team changes

Ford Motor Company announces a series of changes in its senior leadership team to continue delivering the company's One Ford plan for profitable growth.

J Mays, Group Vice-President and Chief Creative Officer, Design, is retiring after more than 33 years in the

October 23, 2012

Ford Credit Chairman and CEO Mike Bannister to retire; Bernard Silverstone named as Successor

Ford Motor Company has announced that Mike Bannister, Executive Vice-President and Chairman and CEO of Ford Motor Credit Company, has elected to retire effective January 1, 2013, after 39 years of service.

Bannister, 62, will be succeeded by Bernard Silverstone,

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