Timothy M. Manganello

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Timothy M. Manganello (born 1950) [1] is an American automotive businessman. He was the chief executive officer and chairman of BorgWarner until 2013. [2] [3]




Manganello graduated from the University of Michigan in 1972, with a degree in mechanical engineering. He received a master's degree in mechanical engineering from the University in 1975. [1] [4] He attended Harvard Business School's six-week Advanced Management Program. [4]


Manganello began his automotive career at Chrysler Corporation in engineering management areas. [5] He also worked in sales for PT Components-LinkBelt. [5] Manganello became chief executive officer of BorgWarner in 2003; he had held senior positions within the company since 1989. [6]

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