General Motors announced Thursday that Dan Ammann, CEO of its self-driving vehicle division, Cruise, is leaving both his position and the company. Details are remain scarce on the reason for Ammann’s sudden departure, though the company has already named Cruise President and CTO Kyle Vogt the interim CEO. What’s more, former Northrop Grumman CEO, Wesley Bush, will be joining the Cruise Board of Directors as well.
“GM will accelerate the strategy the company detailed in its recent Investor Day, in which Cruise will play an integral role in building GM’s autonomous vehicle (AV) platform as GM aggressively pursues addressable AV markets beyond rideshare and delivery,” GM PR wrote in Thursday’s staffing announcement.
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