Dennis "Denny" Mooney, 56, has been appointed group vice president, global product development for Navistar International Corporation. He joined Navistar in 2009 as vice president, global product development, where he has been responsible for developing a fully integrated global engineering group. With more than 34 years of experience in the truck and automotive industry, Mooney has held a variety of roles in domestic and international operations and product development. Highlights of his 31-year career at General Motors (GM) included being the executive director for vehicle performance at GM Engineering and serving as chairman and managing director of GM Holden in Australia. Prior to retiring from GM in 2009, Mooney was the vice president of global vehicle systems and integration. Mooney also gained expertise in engine and emissions systems while at Oldsmobile, where he was responsible for emissions certification for gas and diesel engines. Mooney earned a Bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and a Master's degree from National Defense University.
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