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    Report: Slumping VW rolls back US sales targets

    After three years as one of the fastest-growing car brands in the US, Volkswagen has hit a sales rut, and it can't get out. In response, Volkswagen Group of America downgraded VW's 2013 US vehicle sales target to 440,000, from the original target of about 486,000, reports Automotive News. The ...

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    Maserati NA chief McNabb appointed commercial director in Modena

    Maserati has undergone repeated change-ups in its senior management over the past couple of years, both in Modena, where the automaker is based, and in New Jersey, seat of its North American headquarters. In it's latest announcement, the company's North American chief executive has been named as ...

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    REPORT: McNabb left GM premium post for Maserati position

    Mark McNabb loves a challenge. After working for General Motors for 13 months leading Cadillac, Hummer, and Saab, McNabb announced his resignation last week as of June 1. His destination, it turns out, is Maserati, where he'll replace former North American CEO Marti Eulberg, Who resigned last month ...

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    REPORT: Cadillac/Hummer/Saab chief Mark McNabb resigns after just 13 months

    Mark McNabb, the general marshaling the forces of General Motors' premium channel – Cadillac, Hummer, and Saab – is leaving the company in 10 days "to pursue other job opportunities." Only 13 months into his stint, McNabb has presumably spent most of his time trying to figure out how to ...

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    Mercedes replaces US sales veep

    Mercedes-Benz USA has accepted the resignation of Keith May, Vice President of Sales since joining the company in 2000, who is leaving "to pursue other interests". May will be replaced by Mark McNabb, former Vice President of Marketing for MBUSA. McNabb joined Mercedes-Benz as marketing chief ...

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    Personnel changes around the industry

    This next item doesn't really qualify as auto enthusiast news, but as we know a lot of folks in the industry read Autoblog, we thought we'd share the following personel movements: Mark McNabb is the next in the string of execs deciding not to make the move with Nissan to Tennessee, but he ...


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