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Interview: Workhorse CEO Steve Burns is a busy man

Besides the W-15 electric pickup, Workhorse is developing delivery drones, a personal flying machine, and what could be the next USPS mail truck.

Reinventing how we move people and products around is a big job.

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Interview: Workhorse CEO Steve Burns on the W-15 electric pickup

We talk to the man beating Tesla to the punch by electrifying the truck world.

"It's the most complicated thing we've done."

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Uber favors former GE leader as its next CEO

Uber's board is expected to vote on a new CEO within two weeks.

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Carlos Ghosn to step down as Nissan CEO on April 1

He remains in charge of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, as well as Mitsubishi.

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Ford wants Trump to lower MPG standards

CEO Mark Fields really, really doesn't like having to build green cars.

Fields smells an opportunity.

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Marchionne takes total control of Ferrari as CEO and chairman

Amedeo Felisa has stepped down from his role as Ferrari CEO, his duties passing to an overworked Sergio Marchionne immediately.

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Elon Musk now owns 1/5th of Tesla Motors

CEO Exercises Stock Option, Holds Onto 532,000 Shares

After the market closed Friday, Tesla announced that CEO Elon Musk exercised and held 532,000 stock options. He now owns 22% of the company.

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Winterkorn steps down as CEO of Porsche SE

New VW Chairman Hans Dieter Potsch Takes His Place As Head Of Holding Company

Having already resigned as CEO of the Volkswagen Group, Martin Winterkorn brings his departure closer to completion by stepping down as chief executive of Porsche SE, VW's largest shareholder.

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Porsche names Oliver Blume as new CEO

As its current chief executive Matthias Muller steps up to run the entire Volkswagen Group in the wake of the diesel emissions scandal, Porsche has named production and logistics chief Dr. Oliver Blume as its new CEO.

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GM names new Vauxhall chief

Tim Tozer is leaving his positions as chairman and managing director of Vauxhall and CEO of Opel Ireland. In his place, GM has named Opel exec Rory Harvey to the posts with immediate effect.

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VW's Winterkorn to stick around through at least 2018

The Executive Committee of Volkswagen's Supervisory Board recommends the renewal of Martin Winterkorn's contract to remain CEO for another three years.

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Osamu Suzuki names son Toshihiro president and COO

Toshihiro Suzuki, currently an executive vice president of his family's company, has been named its president and chief operating officer. His father remains chairman and CEO.

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Fortune ranks Mary Barra, Elon Musk among world's greatest leaders

Fortune's new World's Greatest Leaders list includes a few automotive bosses. GM CEO Mary Barra and Tesla boss Elon Musk are mixed in with people like Pope Francis and Apple leader Tim Cook.

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Honda replaces CEO Takanobu Ito with Takahiro Hachigo

The time has come for a changing of the guard at Honda, as current president & CEO Takanobu Ito prepares to step down and cede control to Takahiro Hachigo, a veteran R&D engineer with more global experience.

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Harley-Davidson names Matt Levatich next CEO

With Finances In Order, It's Time For Innovative Future Products

On May 1st, Matt Levatich will take over as the next CEO of Harley-Davidson. He will inherit a brand in solid financial shape, but there are still many tough roads ahead for the American motorcycle manufacturer.

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BMW names new CEO, chairman and head of development

Big changes are afoot in the top ranks at BMW, as the Bavarian automaker has announced not just one, but several appointments in the top floors of its towering headquarters in Munich in what the company itself is referring as "a generational change" in its leadership.

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Pete Grady retiring from Chrysler, Maserati

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is about to lose one of its top executives as the president of Maserati North America, Pete Grady, has announced his retirement.

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Ferrari to keep CEO Amedeo Felisa post spin-off

Ferrari is undergoing a big shakeup, and not just on the Formula One racing grid. It's just parted ways with its longtime chairman, is being spun off from the rest of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles group and will soon launch its initial public offering on the stock market. But one thing it's not about to change at this point is its CEO.

Armored Car CEO Sits In SUV While Shot At With AK-47

Company outfits cars with bullet-proof windshields and more

This CEO is so confident his product will protect buyers from gunfire he will literally stand behind it.

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Former Honda CEOs chide current boss about quality

Taking charge of a major corporation will never be without its challenges, and one of those – as Honda CEO Takanobu Ito is finding out – is filling the big shoes of those that came before. Ito's predecessors are apparently not pleased with what he's doing to the company, and are wasting no time in telling him so.

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