General Motors Co. continues its management realignments, naming company veteran Alan Batey chairman and managing director of GM Holden Ltd. in Australia. Batey, 46, will replace Mark Reuss, 45, who is returning to the U.S. to assume a senior leadership role in product development. Batey, now GM Holden executive director, sales, marketing and aftersales, takes up his new role Sept. 1. Reuss has been at GM Holden since February, 2008, and previously was executive director- global vehicle ...
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