The Internet trade exchange formed by General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and DaimlerChrysler AG, which went weeks without a name before being tagged Covisint, will get a chief executive before long, promises a top GM official. “I would think soon,” says Mark T. Hogan, GM group vice president, e-GM. “I know they're actively searching.” There's some thought that the automakers are waiting for Federal Trade Commission approval before naming a CEO. But Mr. Hogan doesn't think governmental ...

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