Hyundai Vice Chairman and co-CEO Kim Eok-Jo, who heads the auto maker’s labor-relations activity, resigns, citing personal reasons. The high-profile chief executive’s resignation comes two days after the Hyundai annual shareholder meeting was held March 15. News media in Korea report Kim’s resignation coincides with refusals by the Hyundai workers union to work the past two weekends. Kim, 61, has held his post for one year and presided over Hyundai’s 2012 ...

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