Automotive News recognized winners of its 2017 All-Stars awards and honorees from previous years during a dinner at the Detroit Zoo last week. PHOTOS: JOE WILSSENS
Automotove News honors the 2017 All Stars
Unifor President Jerry Dias urges automakers to keep jobs in Canada and the United States as he accepts the All-Star award for labor relations.
Automotive News Publisher Jason Stein, right, and Crain Communications President KC Crain welcome guests to the Detroit Zoo’s Wildlife Interpretive Gallery.
Former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade credits the efforts of the prosecutors and investigators who worked on the Volkswagen diesel emissions and Takata airbag cases for allowing her to win the All-Star award for government relations.
Subaru of America President Tom Doll, left, who won the All-Star award for sales, talks with Automotive News Editor-in-Chief Keith Crain.
Toyota Motor North America CEO Jim Lentz talks about the challenge of moving thousands of employees to a new headquarters in Texas as he accepts the All-Star award for U.S. executive of an Asian automaker.
General Motors purchasing chief Steve Kiefer, left, the All-Star for purchasing, with Piston Group CEO Vinnie Johnson, the All-Star for minority business. Each has won the same award for two consecutive years.
Volkswagen Group of America CEO Hinrich Woebcken, left, the All-Star for U.S. executive of a European automaker, with AutoGravity CEO Andy Hinrichs, the All-Star for finance and insurance.
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