General Motors Co.
CEO Mary Barra on Monday announced that both the head of human resources and head of communications have left the company.
The automaker named John J. Quattrone as senior vice president of global human resources. Quattrone, currently executive director of human resources for GM’s global product development, purchasing and supply chain organization, succeeds Melissa A. Howell, who is leaving GM.
GM also announced that Selim Bingol, senior vice president of global communications and public policy, is leaving the company. Quattrone’s appointment, as well as Howell’s and Bingol’s departures, are effective immediately. GM’s Cadillac chief Bob Ferguson has been acting as the company’s top lobbyist in recent weeks — a job he held previously — and is expected to return to the role permanently.Read Article