2010 Automotive News Europe Eurostars

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The 2010 Eurostars have succeeded despite the worst recession in decades. CEO Norbert Reithofer kept BMW Group in the black without sacrificing its commitment to developing greener technology, while CEO Rupert Stadler has Audi on track to achieve record global sales and huge earnings in 2010. The other 11 Eurostar winners chosen by the editors of Automotive News Europe have achieved equally impressive results.

CAR DIVISION CEO: Rupert Stadler

Audi CEO<br /><br />Under CEO Rupert Stadler's guidance, Audi is on course to finish the year with global sales of more than 1 million vehicles, beating its previous record of 1,003,469 set in 2008. Audi also has been a money-making machine. Its operating profit rose more than 30 percent to 478 million euros in the first quarter. That prompted Audi to predict its earnings before interest and taxes will rise at a faster pace than revenue this year. For pushing Audi to new heights, Stadler is our 2010 Car Division CEO Eurostar.

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GROUP CEO: Norbert Reithofer
GROUP CEO: Norbert Reithofer
CAR DIVISION CEO: Rupert Stadler
CAR DIVISION CEO: Rupert Stadler
SUPERLUXURY: Luca Cordero di Montezemolo
SUPERLUXURY: Luca Cordero di Montezemolo
ENTREPRENEUR: Victor Muller
ENTREPRENEUR: Victor Muller
CFO: Hans Dieter Poetsch
CFO: Hans Dieter Poetsch
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: Ulrich Hackenberg
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: Ulrich Hackenberg
ADVERTISING: Ian Robertson
ADVERTISING: Ian Robertson
DESIGN: Martin Smith
DESIGN: Martin Smith
PURCHASING EXECUTIVE: Mark Adams
PURCHASING EXECUTIVE: Mark Adams
SALES & MARKETING EXECUTIVE: Allan Rushforth
SALES & MARKETING EXECUTIVE: Allan Rushforth
PROJECT LEADER FOR INDIVIDUAL CAR: Alain Joseph
PROJECT LEADER FOR INDIVIDUAL CAR: Alain Joseph
SUPPLIER CEO: Yann Delabriere
SUPPLIER CEO: Yann Delabriere
SUPPLIER DIVISION CEO: Alex Ismail
SUPPLIER DIVISION CEO: Alex Ismail