New boss for British luxury car maker ahead of its impending sale
1 August 2007

We still don't know who's going to own Jaguar by the end of the year, but we do now know who will be in charge at the British luxury car maker.Jaguar has announced today that Mike O’Driscoll is to become the new managing director, replacing Bibiana Boerio, who is to retire by the end of 2008. O'Driscoll is currently president of Jaguar Land Rover North America, but was born in Coventry and has an MBA from the University of Warwick. He joined Jaguar Rover Triumph in 1975.Boerio, who is retiring, has been managing director of Jaguar for three years.

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