Magna International Inc. makes it official, announcing Friday (Aug. 20) it had hired Mark Hogan, head of General Motors Corp.’s advanced vehicle development team, as its new president. The move once again is churning up Detroit’s rumor mill with speculation former Chrysler Group Chief Operating Officer Wolfgang Bernhard now may move into the vacant slot at GM. GM executive Mark Hogan heads to Magna. Hogan will replace Belinda Stronach, who left Magna as president and CEO in January ...

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