In this time of pandemic when finding jobs is most difficult, people from the top level of an organization are enjoying. This means that as a person earns experience, position, and works for the best interest of the company. It does not take much time for his value to increase and multiply in the market. The majority of other big companies will try their best to make him or her enters into their company. The same happened recently in GM or General Motors.
Every company requires a CFO. CFO means Chief Financial Officer. And in General Motors this post was empty. And this position gets occupied today. This news comes when the CFO of Delta Airlines joined General Motors as a CFO. This person is Paul Jacobson. And according to the company, he will start working on December 1.
In Delta Airlines he was the CFO for the last 8 years. And there he earned huge respect at just the age of 48. Now, in General Motors, he is replacing Dhivya Suryadevara. Dhivya Suryadevara left the company to work in a Silicon Valley payments startup Stripe.
In Delta, Paul Jacobson started working in 1997. At that time he was the financial analyst of the company. And later on, he also worked as senior vice president and treasurer.
Delta is a reputed company. And is also the best-run US airline by Wall Street. In the last decade, it was also the most profitable carrier.
About General Motors
General Motors Company, usually alluded to as General Motors (GM), is an American worldwide organization settled in Detroit that plans, produces, showcases, and disseminates vehicles and vehicle parts, and sells budgetary administrations, with worldwide central command in Detroit’s Renaissance Center. It was initially established by William C. Durant on September 16, 1908, as a holding organization, with the current substance set up in 2009 after its rebuilding. The organization is the biggest American carmaker, and the fourth biggest on the planet behind Toyota, Volkswagen, and Hyundai. At its pinnacle, GM had a half piece of the pie in the United States and was the world’s biggest automaker from 1931 through 2007. Starting in 2020, General Motors is positioned #18 on the Fortune 500 rankings of the biggest United States enterprises by complete income.