* Audi has faced criticism for lack of innovation * Hackenberg led development of cost-friendly production * Considered close confidant of VW chairman (Adds background) FRANKFURT, June 21 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Audi division on Friday confirmed it has appointed Ulrich Hackenberg as head of research and development, replacing Wolfgang Duerheimer, who is being moved to another post. Hackenberg will start his new job next month ...
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