General Motors names 31-year veteran Cathy Clegg to lead the automaker’s North American manufacturing operations, replacing Gerald Johnson, who has been tapped by CEO Mary Barra to beef up engineer training after a sweeping ignition-switch recall. The 51-year-old Johnson, who led GM’s North American manufacturing for one year, was named to his new post as vice president-Operational Excellence at GM last week. Among his responsibilities, Johnson will oversee a planned increase in ...

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