GM hires Nio and Lyft executives; Stellantis poaches Amazon VP


Ned Curic, vice president of Amazon’s Alexa Automotive will join Stellantis as chief technology officer on Aug. 30.


Automakers General Motors and Stellantis have poached executives from several technology companies, including Amazon and Lyft, as the industries continue to vie for top talent.

The automakers announced the hires Tuesday, marking the latest round of talent swaps between the automotive and technology industries as the sectors converge with the emergence of connected, autonomous and electric vehicles.

GM is adding four new executives to its BrightDrop EV commercial delivery and logistics business, which the company announced in January. The new hires are effective…


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