Ferguson has elected to leave the company to pursue external interests.
The once managing director didn’t see eye-to-eye over where GM Europe wanted to take Vauxhall in the market.
Perhaps the changes can turn around The General’s struggling Indian operations.
Out with a beverage conglomerate executive, in with a Swiss pharmaceutical kingpin.
Linda Gooden, hired last month, will be Davis’ replacement.
Millikin will now officially retire in July, but he will stick around at GM until the end of the year.
The exec in question formerly ran GM’s Chinese operations.
Her replacement will be Alicia Boler-Davis in a newly-created role of SVP, Global Connected Customer.
After six months of working at Holden, Gerry Dorizas has decided to leave. Holden’s Chief Financial Officer, Jeff Rolfs, will take over until a replacement is found.
Like a baseball team without a skipper.
Federico announced his resignation on Monday.
GM claims that Federico’s retirement had nothing to do with the ignition switch recall.
The resignations are not in relation to the recent recalls, GM says.