CANBERRA – In a series of revolving-door moves, Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. will say good-by to its current CEO at the end of October and welcome the company’s new chief officer the next day. The changes have the industry talking and workers wondering about the auto maker’s future. For his part, new CEO Rob McEniry says he will be juggling two jobs for awhile. He tells reporters he is a little “shell shocked” after getting the Mitsubishi job earlier than initially expected. He ...
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