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December 14, 2000 | From Reuters
General Motors Corp. on Wednesday named former Ford Motor Co. Chief Financial Officer John Devine as its CFO and vice chairman. Devine, 56, returns to the auto industry after a short stint in the "dot-com" sector. Devine, who left Ford in September 1999 after a management shake-up, joined GM a day after the auto maker announced plans to kill its Oldsmobile brand and cut its worldwide work force by about 4% in the wake of slowing vehicle sales. Devine will officially assume the post Jan.
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December 14, 2000 | From Reuters
General Motors Corp. on Wednesday named former Ford Motor Co. Chief Financial Officer John Devine as its CFO and vice chairman. Devine, 56, returns to the auto industry after a short stint in the "dot-com" sector. Devine, who left Ford in September 1999 after a management shake-up, joined GM a day after the auto maker announced plans to kill its Oldsmobile brand and cut its worldwide work force by about 4% in the wake of slowing vehicle sales. Devine will officially assume the post Jan.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1999
Camarillo resident John P. Devine died Sunday after a brief illness. He was 72. Devine was born March 18, 1927, in Seattle. He had been a Ventura County resident for 26 years since moving from Los Angeles. Devine was a longtime administrator at the former Pleasant Valley Rehabilitation and Convalescent Hospital in Oxnard. At the time of his death, he was the administrative vice president of operations at Pleasant Care Corp. in La Canada Flintridge.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1999
Camarillo resident John P. Devine died Sunday after a brief illness. He was 72. Devine was born March 18, 1927, in Seattle. He had been a Ventura County resident for 26 years since moving from Los Angeles. Devine was a longtime administrator at the former Pleasant Valley Rehabilitation and Convalescent Hospital in Oxnard. At the time of his death, he was the administrative vice president of operations at Pleasant Care Corp. in La Canada Flintridge.
BUSINESS
February 2, 2008 | From Times Wire Services
Dana Holding Corp. emerged from almost two years of Bankruptcy Court protection, and the auto parts maker named former General Motors Corp. finance chief John Devine chairman and acting chief executive. Private equity firm Centerbridge Capital Partners will control Toledo, Ohio-based Dana, and past managers of Chrysler Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp. will join Devine on its board, the company said. Mike Burns, CEO since 2004, is leaving the company.
BUSINESS
December 7, 2005 | From Associated Press
General Motors Corp. said it had named Frederick Henderson vice chairman and chief financial officer, effective Jan. 1. Henderson currently is chairman of GM Europe and a GM group vice president. John Devine, the current CFO and vice chairman, has agreed to remain beyond his five-year contract, which expires this month, for as long as one year and will remain a vice chairman.
BUSINESS
June 15, 2004 | From Reuters
General Motors Corp. reaffirmed its full-year earnings target but said it would lose money in Europe and warned that rising interest rates would hurt its finance arm and other operations in 2005. GM, the world's largest automaker, is on track to meet its 2004 earnings target of $2 to $2.25 a share in the second quarter this year and $7 a share for 2004, excluding special items, GM Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer John Devine said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1992 | JOHN BATTELLE
Two Simi Valley men have been arrested on suspicion of staging a robbery at a Simi Valley convenience story after one of the suspected robbers returned to rob the store again, police said Saturday. On Friday afternoon, police answered a robbery call at the AM PM store on Tapo Street. Police said they arrested John Rodela, 39, of Simi Valley, after the store clerk identified him as a suspect.
BUSINESS
September 11, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
General Motors Corp. said it would contribute $13.5 billion to its underfunded pension fund when it finishes negotiations with the United Auto Workers union, Chief Financial Officer John Devine said. The automaker expects to make the contribution to the U.S. fund, which was underfunded by $19 billion at the end of last year, shortly after the talks end, Devine told reporters at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany. The UAW contract expires Sunday.
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May 3, 1995 | Associated Press
Hugh E. (Ted) Price is retiring as the CIA's director for operations effective Friday, the CIA announced Tuesday. Acting Director William O. Studeman said Price has made "significant contributions to the national security of this country." Price served in the post, which involves directing all of the agency's covert activities, since January, 1994. John J. Devine, associate deputy for operations since October, 1994, will serve as acting director of operations until a replacement is named.
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