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General Motors Corp., the $181.1 billion automaker, based in Detroit, named Ray G. Young executive vice president and CFO. Young, 46, replaces Frederick A. Henderson, who was appointed president and COO. Young began his career with GM in 1986, joining its treasury operations in 1988. He became director of capital markets and foreign exchange in 1992, and the company’s European treasurer a year later. After serving as North American vice president and CFO, Young was named vice president of finance in 2007.

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