Phil Murtaugh, who oversaw massive sales and revenue growth at General Motors Corp.’s China operations during his 5-year tenure, is leaving the company for personal reasons. Details of Murtaugh's replacement are being finalized and an announcement is pending, GM says. Phil Murtaugh “Under Phil's leadership, GM has achieved record sales approaching nearly 500,000 units a year and become an industry leader with more than 9% of the vehicle market,” says Troy Clarke, president of GM’s ...
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