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October 30, 2014

  • Another bell tolls as Holden draws closer to the end of local production in 2017, this time for brand boss Gerry Dorizas, who resigned after serving just eight months in the position. Motoring.com.au reports Dorizas was the fifth Holden head in four years, taking up where Mike Devereaux — who helmed the General Motors subsidiary […] The post Dorizas Leaves Holden, General Motors To Pursue New Ventures appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

October 29, 2014

  • We can hardly blame the departing Holden chairman for jumping ship as General Motors strips the division of its autonomy, scraps its production capacity and turns it into a sales network instead of an automaker - and one that has to fight for its identity all along. It's a sad time for Holden and one over which we would not want to preside. Unlike his predecessors Mark Reuss and Alan Batey who moved on to more senior leadership positions at GM, Dorizas appears to be leaving the company...

October 28, 2014

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