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  • daimler.automotiveIT
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    Daimler appoints new head of integrity and legal affairs

    2015-12-09T16:24:48Z

    Renata Jungo Bruengger (Photo: Daimler) Daimler has appointed Renata Jungo Bruengger as board member for integrity and legal affairs, succeeding Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt, who is joining the Volkswagen Group. Jungo Bruengger, 54, is an expert in international commercial law with 25 years of legal experience at various companies. She has ...

  • bmw.automotiveIT
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    Achenbach is new CIO at BMW Brilliance

    2015-12-09T16:12:17Z

    Thorsten Achenbach (Photo: BMW) Thorsten Achenbach ist the new CIO at BMW's Chinese joint venture, BMW Brilliance Automotive. The IT manager, who earlier served as vice president at consultants Capgemini, has been in his new position in China since September 1. Achenbach, who has an engineering degree, knows BMW ...

  • audi knirsch.automotiveIT
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    Knirsch succeeds Hackenberg as Audi technology chief

    2015-12-04T09:52:49Z

    Knirsch is head of powertrain at Audi. He takes up his new position Jan 1 (Photo: Audi) Stefan Knirsch will succeed Ulrich Hackenberg as head of technical development at Audi effective January 1. The 49-year-old is currently head of powertrain of the Volkswagen Group's premium brand. He previously worked ...

  • Gerhard Baum.automotiveIT
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    At Schaeffler, a new manager focuses on digitization

    2015-11-21T07:02:58Z

    Gerhard Baum (Photo: Schaeffler) Following in the footsteps of several other automotive companies, Schaeffler has appointed a chief digital officer. Gerhard Baum, formerly the head of IBM's automotive business, assumed his new responsibilities at the German supplier in October. Baum's primary task will be to optimize, synchronize and merge ...

  • vw.automotiveIT
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    VW recruits Apple exec to head digitization

    2015-11-10T16:56:15Z

    Johann Jungwirth (Photo: VW) Volkswagen has recruited Apple executive Johann Jungwirth to head its digitization efforts. He most recently headed Apple's Mac systems engineering operations in California and started in his new position at VW November 1. Jungwirth, 42, is in charge of a newly established "Digitalization Strategy" department ...

  • hohmann-dennhardt.automotiveIT
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    Daimler's integrity boss moves to Volkswagen

    2015-10-19T18:51:07Z

    Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt takes up here new job at VW January 1 (Photo: Daimler) Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt says that, over the last four years, she has spent a considerable amount of effort creating a proper understanding of compliance among Daimler's workforce. "That's why we have highlighted the term integrity," she said ...

  • porsche.automotiveIT
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    Porsche names production boss to CEO position

    2015-09-30T18:01:24Z

    Oliver Blume (Photo: Porsche) Oliver Blume, head of production of the German sports car maker, will become the company's CEO, succeeding Matthias Mueller, who has taken the top position at parent company Volkswagen Group. Blume, 47, takes up his new job October 1. Porsche also announced that its US ...

  • volvo.automotiveIT
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    Volvo appoints new sales boss; Visser moves to Geely

    2015-09-30T11:07:09Z

    Alain Visser (Photo: Volvo Cars) Volvo Cars has appointed Bjorn Anwall, a McKinsey management consultant, to head its global sales and marketing. Anwall replaces Alain Visser, who is taking on a similar sales role at China's Geely, the parent company of Volvo. Visser said in a press release that ...

  • slider - vw mueller
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    Porsche's Mueller to succeed Winterkorn as VW Group CEO

    2015-09-24T18:11:53Z

    Matthias Mueller studied IT in Munich before joining the VW Group (Photo: Porsche) Porsche boss Matthias Mueller will succeed Martin Winterkorn as CEO of the Volkswagen Group, the carmaker's supervisory board decided late Friday. Mueller, 62, was one of the main candidates to take the position, following the resignation ...

  • vw.automotiveIT
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    VW CEO Martin Winterkorn steps down over test allegations

    2015-09-23T17:18:00Z

    Martin Winterkorn says he's not aware of any personal wrong doing (Photo: Claus Dick) Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn has offered his resignation in the wake of revelations that the automaker has manipulated emission tests in the US. The 68-year-old CEO told a supervisory board committee meeting Wednesday that "Volkswagen ...

  • visteon.automotiveIT
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    With new CEO, Visteon puts focus on the connected car

    2015-06-12T15:38:45Z

    The e-bee concept shows Visteon's ambitions in in-car infotainment (Photo: Visteon) Visteon completed the sale of a climate control subsidiary as part of its strategy to become what it termed "a technology-focused pure-play supplier of automotive cockpit electronics and connected car solutions." The Michigan-based automotive supplier also announced that ...

  • t-systems.automotiveIT
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    T-Systems appoints Egeler head of connected-car business

    2015-06-08T17:20:52Z

    Heinz Egeler (Photo: T-Systems) T-Systems has appointed Heinz Egeler as head of its connected-car business, succceeding Horst Leonberger, who has left the company. Egeler, has worked in and with the auto industry for more than 20 years. Since 2001, he has worked for T-Systems in various automotive management positions ...

  • cisco.automotiveIT
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    Cisco names Chuck Robbins next CEO

    2015-05-04T15:17:24Z

    Chuck Robbins (Photo: Cisco) Cisco said Chuck Robbins will succeed John Chambers as CEO July 26, marking a change at the top of the US-based technology group for the first time in 20 years. Chambers, who took over as CEO in 1995, will become executive chairman when Robbins assumes ...

  • vw.automotiveIT
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    Piech resigns as VW Supervisory Board chairman

    2015-04-25T22:57:41Z

    Ferdinand Piech (Photo: VW) Ferdinand Piech resigned Saturday as head of the Volkswagen Group supervisory board, seemingly bringing to an end a two-week battle over who's in control at Europe's largest automotive group. "The members of the Executive Committee have unanimously determined that in view of the background of ...

  • vw.automotiveIT
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    VW board committee confirms Winterkorn as CEO

    2015-04-17T15:51:16Z

    Martin Winterkorn (Photo: VW) Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn is "the best possible chairman of the board of management," the Executive Committee of the carmaker's Supervisory Board said in a statement Friday. The announcement comes after Supervisory Board Chairman Ferdinand Piech last week expressed reservations about Winterkorn's leadership. Piech is ...

  • delphi.automotiveIT
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    At Delphi, a new CIO

    2015-04-14T17:21:04Z

    Matt Peterson (Photo: Delphi) Delphi has appointed Matthew Peterson senior vice president and chief information officer effective February 2. Peterson, who was CIO of supplier TRW from 2009 until 2013, succeeds Tim McCabe, who left Delphi last year. Peterson joins the US based global automotive supplier from Deloitte Consulting, ...

  • daimler.automotiveIT
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    Daimler CIO Gorriz to leave post

    2015-03-25T09:48:03Z

    Gorriz has headed IT at Daimler since 2008 (Photo: Claus Dick) Michael Gorriz is leaving his position as CIO of Daimler to join Standard Chartered Bank in Singapore. Gorriz, 55, will succeed 55-year-old Jan Verplancke as group CIO at Standard Chartered. Verplancke is retiring. Gorriz has been in charge ...

  • volvo.automotiveIT
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    Volvo Cars CIO gets promotion

    2015-03-23T11:18:10Z

    Volvo CIO Bendrik will report directly to CEO Hakan Samuelsson (Photo: Volvo) Volvo Cars CIO Klas Bendrik has been promoted to a new senior vice president position, as the Swedish carmaker acknowledges the growing importance of IT across its model lineup. The move underlines "the key role technology will ...

  • bmw zipse.automotiveIT
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    BMW: Zipse to become new production boss

    2015-03-12T13:28:36Z

    Oliver Zipse (Photo: BMW) Oliver Zipse will become the new production chief at BMW, succeeding Harald Krueger, who will take over as CEO May 13. BMW, in particular, cited the international manufacturing experience Zipse has gathered in his 24 year career at the premium car maker. Zipse, 51, joined ...

  • vw.diess.automotiveIT
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    VW: Diess can take over as head of VW brand earlier

    2015-02-28T17:30:15Z

    Diess (Photo: BMW) BMW's Herbert Diess will take over as head of the Volkswagen brand three months earlier than originally planned, following an agreement between Europe's largest auto group and the Munich-based premium car maker. VW said Diess, formerly head of R&D at BMW, will take the helm at ...