TOKYO — Mazda Motor Corp. has another new president — its third in three years. Mazda board members named Mark Fields, 38, to the post. Fields, an American marketing specialist and Harvard Business School graduate who was named Mazda executive vice president in November, is the youngest executive ever to head a Japanese company. He succeeds James Miller, 53, who held the post for two years after Henry Wallace left at the end of his first year as company president. All three men were sent ...
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