Mike Donoughe, Tesla Motors Inc.’s executive vice president-vehicle engineering and manufacturing, is leaving the auto maker effective next month. In a voluntary exit from the California-based electric-car maker, Donoughe, 50, is joining St. Clair Consortium, a Michigan-based consultancy as senior partner. “His enthusiasm and expertise helped Tesla achieve fully ramped-up production,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk says in a statement. “He’s leaving the company on very solid footing. We wish him ...
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