By Kim S. Nash  |  Posted 2005-02-01 Email Print this article Print

The first global chief information officer of the $9.1 billion auto parts supplier attacked his job as if it was a critical technology project. Here's how Bruce Carver spent his first 100 days.

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Dec. 1: At Dana's annual Meeting 0f 400 senior managers from around the globe, Carver reveals his picks for seven of his eight directors. With Fox are insiders Luckett, Endsley, Forrester and Hull, plus Ursa Hopkins as director of human resources for the technology group and Kent Whistler as director of technology for the heavy-vehicle unit. In January, the eighth spot—controller—goes to insider Steve Brookover.

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Kim has covered the business of technology for 14 years, doing investigative work and writing about legal issues in the industry, including Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust trial. She has won numerous awards and has a B.S. degree in journalism from Boston University.

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