American Axle's Dauch plans exit

Sherefkin, Robert
September 2008
Automotive News;9/15/2008, Vol. 83 Issue 6325, p3
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Richard E. Dauch's plans to step down as chief executive officer of American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc. in the near future. The company's new leaders' task is to move the company into China and India and other growth markets with several customers in each, to spread risk. Dauch's plan is to have operations on all continents except Antarctica.


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