DETROIT – General Motors Corp. says it will reorganize its vehicle development and design operations to improve speed to market. As part of that, the auto maker appoints Mark Hogan, former president of e-GM, to the new post of group vice president-advanced vehicle development. Hogan will work with GM’s design, finance, marketing and planning organizations to oversee the advanced work associated with vehicle programs before they are selected for production. He will report to Bob Lutz, GM’s ...
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