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Ford Motor Co. has announced another major tech hire for the second week in a row, picking up former Lowe's executive Mike Amend to serve as the automaker's new chief digital and information officer.
In his past three years at Lowe's, Amend, 43, served as president of the company's online business – which nearly tripled during his tenure. Amend previously held a similar positions at J.C. Penney, which saw 20% annual growth in online sales, and at The Home Depot, which saw 40% growth in yearly online sales.