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Delphi Corp., the $28.6 billion auto parts maker based in Troy, Mich., which recently filed for bankruptcy, named Robert Dellinger CFO and executive vice president. He succeeds John Sheehan, Delphi’s acting CFO since March, when CFO Alan Dawes left the company amid an investigation of accounting irregularities. Sheehan was named chief restructuring officer and remains the company’s chief accounting officer. Dellinger, 45, was CFO and executive vice president of Sprint Corp. until its merger with Nextel Communications Inc. in August. Before joining Sprint in 2002, he worked for 19 years at General Electric Co., where his last position was CEO and president of GE Frankona Re.

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