General Motors Corp. announces three high-level management changes, including the appointment of Troy Clarke to president of GM North America and GM group vice president. Clarke, whose new position is effective July 1, currently is president-GM Asia Pacific, a post he has held since 2004. GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner has been acting president of the struggling GMNA since a shuffle in April 2005 that moved former GMNA President Gary Cowger to the newly created post of global ...
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