MUMBAI – General Motors has tapped Vice President Jim Lanzon to lead its global GM Powertrain operations in Pontiac, MI, USA, after the sudden dismissal of his boss and several other employees accused of improper test procedures in attempting to meet emissions regulations in India. Lanzon had been in charge of global transmissions and now replaces Sam Winegarden, who leaves after 44 years with GM. It is unclear whether Lanzon’s appointment is permanent. The auto maker says he ...

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