Only one week after being promoted to General Motors Corp. executive vice president of vehicle sales, service and marketing, Mark LaNeve makes a series of executive appointments, including naming the new general manager of Chevrolet. “We are confident these moves strengthen our marketing and sales operations and better position us to compete in today’s marketplace,” LaNeve says in a statement. All of the moves are effective April 1. Taking over for former Chevrolet General Manager Brent ...

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