(Adds details) TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's Magna International , the world's seventh-largest auto-parts supplier, named Mark Hogan as its president Friday and said he will be based in Detroit. Hogan, 53, spent more than 30 years with General Motors , most recently as the automaker's vice president for advanced vehicle development. Hogan replaces Belinda Stronach as president of the Aurora, Ontario-based company. Belinda Stronach, daughter of Magna Chairman and founder Frank Stronach, ...
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