A shakeup in top management at Volvo Car puts Hans-Olov Olsson, a 34-year veteran with the Swedish automaker, in the driver's seat. Mr. Olsson, currently president of Volvo Cars of North America, was named president of the wholly owned Ford Motor Co. subsidiary effective July 1. He succeeds Tuve Johannesson as a result of the shuffle engineered by Wolfgang Reitzle, head of Ford's Premier Automotive Group, who reportedly felt the need for a new direction at Volvo. It is unclear how long Mr. ...
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