General Motors Corp. names John Middlebrook to the new position of vice president-global sales, service and marketing, causing a series of moves among the auto maker’s executive ranks. Replacing Middlebrook, 63, as GM North America vice president-marketing and advertising is Cadillac General Manager Mark LaNeve, 45, who has been at the helm of the luxury car division since 2001 and is credited with shepherding Cadillac to its recent sales renaissance. In his new job, LaNeve will report to ...

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