GM Holden Ltd. Chairman and Managing Director Denny Mooney is being moved to Detroit, where he will assume a newly created position of GM vice president-global vehicle systems and integration starting Aug. 1. GM says Mooney will oversee the implementation of best practices for GM’s global engineering organization and work with regional engineering leaders to better leverage the benefits of the auto maker’s global vehicle development system. He will answer to Jim Queen, GM group vice ...

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