June 27 (Reuters) - Truck and engine maker Navistar International Corp, in the midst of a revamp after a disastrous engine redesign, brought in General Motors Co executive Walter Borst to replace departing Chief Financial Officer Andrew Cederoth. Borst will report to a former GM colleague, Navistar Chief Executive Troy Clarke, who took the top job in March and has since made several leadership changes. Clarke, Navistar's former chief operating ...
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