DETROIT, Aug 19 (Reuters) - A longtime executive at General Motors Corp. is leaving the company to head Canadian auto parts maker Magna International , a source familiar with the situation said on Thursday. He said Magna's board was expected to approve the appointment of Mark Hogan as its new president and chief executive before the end of the week. "It's pretty much a done deal. They just need the formality of getting the board to approve it," said the source, who spoke on condition of ...
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