Lowe’s promotes two to executive positions
Posted on Friday, April 20th, 2012 at 9:57 pm
Lowe’s Companies, Inc. has recently promoted two of its existing executives into two newly created executive positions. The home improvement retailer created the the positions of chief customer officer and chief operating officer.
Gregory Bridgeford, 57, has been promoted from executive vice president of business development to chief customer officer. He will be in charge of Lowe’s customer service and its effort to differentiate itself from competitors.
Rick Damron, 49, has been promoted from executive vice president of store operations to chief operating officer. Damron will now be in charge of overseeing the company’s service, sales, and other store operations. The promotions will officially go into effect on March 5.
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Chrysler names new VP of Engineering
Posted on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 at 7:27 pm
Chrysler Group, LLC announced last week that it has named a new Senior Vice President of Engineering after the existing VP took over as Senior Vice President of Purchasing and Supplier Quality for Dan Knott.
Knott retired after 24 years with the company due to health problems. Scott Kunselman has taken his position, leaving the Senior Vice President of Engineering chair open. Chrysler Group promoted Mark Chernoby to the Senior Vice President position.
Chernoby will continue to serve as the NAFTA region’s Product Committee Coordinator as well as his responsibilities at the Fiat-Chrysler Group Executive Council. Chernoby has worked for Chrysler since 1985 in various positions relating to engineering and powertrain.
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