General Motors Corp. purchasing chief Bo Andersson, who created a global procurement organization while attempting to rebuild tattered relations with suppliers, has left the auto maker to pursue other career opportunities. A replacement for Andersson will be announced soon. If the choice is made internally, GM management may look to one of Andersson’s three regional vice presidents: Tom McMillen (based in Europe), Jim Bovenzi (Asia/Pacific) or Johnny Saldanha (Latin America, Africa and ...
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