According to Automotive news reportJulia Steyn, the head of General Motors’ car-sharing service maven mobility division is reported to have left the company, though GM hasn’t confirmed the news yet.
Steyn joined GM in 2012 after stints at Goldman Sachs and Alcoa. She later took over at Maven, which was founded in 2016 as a separate GM division, concentrating on urban transportation and ride-sharing.
The head of GM’s cardillac division, Johan De Nysschen
stepped down last year, CEO Mary Barra has been in the process of positioning GM for a future in which autonomous and electricvehicles will be a bigger business, and when customers may no longer fall into the traditional ownership model.
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