DETROIT, March 31 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. on Thursday said the head of its Saab division in the United States was leaving the automaker to take a position with Diageo , the spirits, wine and beer company. It was the second resignation from the executive ranks at GM, which issued a shock profit warning on March 16, announced this week. GM said Debra Kelly-Ennis, the outgoing Saab Cars USA chief who joined the world's largest automaker in 1998, would be replaced as the brand's ...
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