American Axle promotes founder's son to president

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DETROIT, May 29 (Reuters) - American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc said on Thursday that David Dauch, son of the company's founder, is being promoted to president of the auto parts supplier, which is emerging from a bruising three-month strike by the United Auto Workers union. Dauch, 44, is currently chief operating officer and executive vice president at the Detroit-based company. His father, Dick Dauch, 65, was one of the founders of American Axle in 1994, when GM agreed to ...

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