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Industry vet Leuliette joins startup Autobrain as adviser to chairmanDec. 20, 2016
Leuliette wins temporary halt to Visteon lawsuit; case will go to arbitrationAug. 9, 2016
Former Visteon CEO Tim Leuliette appeared to win an early round in litigation with his former employer, after U.S. District Judge Terrence Berg in Detroit agreed to temporarily halt Visteon's lawsuit against him in a severance pay dispute that could be worth $40 million.
Visteon, former CEO Leuliette tussle over retirement packageApril 8, 2016
Visteon is preparing to battle former president and CEO Tim Leuliette in court over his retirement compensation package. The supplier requested a jury trial in a suit against Leuliette after the retired CEO initiated an arbitration proceeding in February, according to court documents.
From Iacocca to Visteon, Leuliette reflects on 42 years in the auto industryDec. 28, 2015
The 43-year professional history of Tim Leuliette mirrors the industry in which he ascended the ranks. From product shifts to the merger boom of the late 1990s to post-recession restructuring and to the entrance of private equity, Leuliette experienced it all.
Visteon names Harman exec as new CEOJune 10, 2015
Is a focused, all-in Visteon now stable?March 23, 2015
When Tim Leuliette steps down as CEO of Visteon Corp. late this year, he will leave behind a company working in just one major product sector: cockpit electronics. That's a radical change for Ford Motor Co.'s former in-house parts division, which had a vast, disjointed product portfolio.