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General Motors, the $135.6 billion automaker, named James Davlin treasurer and vice president of finance. He succeeds Dan Ammann, who was appointed CFO in April. Davlin, 47, joins GM from Deere & Co., where he most recently served as vice president of corporate strategy and business development. He joined Deere in 2007 as treasurer and vice president. Earlier, Davlin spent 10 years at Eli Lilly in positions including controller, assistant treasurer of global treasury and assistant treasurer of investor relations.

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