Honda Motor Co. Ltd. says CEO Hiroyuki Yoshino will step down after five years at the top of the Japanese auto maker. His replacement will be Takeo Fukui, a 58-year-old senior managing director at Honda and former head of U.S. manufacturing, say reports. Industry observers had been expecting Yoshino, 63, to step down. Honda says the Fukui promotion is pending approval from shareholders at a June meeting. Yoshino will stay on at Honda as a director and advisor. Yoshino is credited with ...

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