Bombardier Aerospace named Mike Arcamone, a longtime executive with General Motors (GM) who most recently headed the company's South Korea unit, as Bombardier Commercial Aircraft's new president effective Feb. 1. He succeeds Gary Scott, who retired last year (ATW Daily News, Aug. 25, 2011). A native of Montreal, Arcamone has been with GM since 1980 and most recently was president and CEO of GM Korea. His experience in Asia, which Bombardier noted is a "key growth ...

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