(Updates with closing stock price) DETROIT, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Shares of auto parts supplier Visteon Corp. fell nearly 7 percent on Friday after the company's pick for chief financial officer withdrew from the job, citing personal reasons. George Strickler, who had been CFO at BorgWarner Inc. , was scheduled to take over as Visteon's CFO from Daniel Coulson on Monday. Visteon said on Wednesday that Coulson would remain in the job on a temporary basis and the company would restart its ...
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