By most measures, Kevin P. Moyer's ascendancy to president of Dana Corp.'s Asia-Pacific operations would be a jump into the hot seat, given the current financial crisis in the region. But Moyer, 41, an Ohio, U.S.A., native and self-described ‘car nut,’ doesn't see it that way. Asia's market meltdown provides greater opportunity to support Dana's Asia-Pacific customers. “As a leading global supplier, that really drives what we do,” he says. Moyer is well-positioned for his task, with a ...
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