CHICAGO – Mitsubishi Motors Corp.’s recent move to a 2-headed management structure in North America does not mean the auto maker is losing patience with its recovery pace here, says a top executive. Last week, MMC named Hiroshi Harunari, 57, as co-president and co-CEO of Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. effective Jan. 1, joining Rich Gilligan, 62, atop its U.S. arm. (See related story: Mitsubishi Names Harunari MMNA President and CEO ) That led to some speculation the parent company ...

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