The reorganization at General Motors Corp.’s money-losing European operations (GME) continues with Carl-Peter Forster expected to be named later this month as the operation’s first chief operating officer. The appointment of Forster, who will continue to serve as CEO of GM’s Adam Opel AG subsidiary in Germany, is the first major move by new GME President Fritz Henderson. Forster reportedly will lead a plan to return GME to profitability via better coordination of various operations and ...
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