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Lear CEO Matt Simoncini is stepping down, effective Feb. 28, ending a six-year run in the company's top job. Ray Scott, president of the supplier's seating unit, will replace Simoncini.
Joe Hinrichs, Ford's president of global operations, said the company's latest effort to become more financially efficient won't involve major layoffs or plant closures.
Hyundai has recruited BMW engineer Fayez Abdul Rahman to lead architecture development at Genesis and help make the new brand more competitive against European premium automakers.
It turns out that in his new job at Infiniti, Christian Meunier will be doing more than just handling global sales.
CEO Jim Hackett appointed the engineer guiding Lincoln's revival as Ford's chief marketing officer amid a management shake-up that included the departure of four top executives.
A Senate committee approved Bill Wehrum, by a narrow party-line vote, to be assistant administrator for the EPA's Office of Air and Regulation.
David Kushma, a former retail editor for Automotive News, has been named editor of Fixed Ops Journal.
Hyundai Motor America on Monday named longtime Toyota and Lexus executive Brian Smith as its COO. Smith will report to Hyundai Motor America's new CEO, Kenny Lee. They will have a lot on their plate.
Fred Diaz has moved below the radar screen to Nissan's new partner Mitsubishi where he will be in charge of performance optimization.
Steven Szakaly, chief economist for the National Automobile Dealers Association, is leaving the group early next month to run data analytics and consumer insights for a major health system.
Tesla's former director of battery technology has joined Plenty to lead the vertical farming startup's plan to build indoor growing rooms around the world.
The United States has formally unveiled proposals to boost the amount of regional content that autos must contain to qualify for NAFTA tariff-free access, sources told Reuters.
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