Sept. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Visteon Corp., which ousted its chief executive officer last month, amended its bylaws to give the board the ability to appoint a nonexecutive board chairman.
Visteon is leaning toward naming Tim Leuliette, the interim CEO and chairman, to the permanent CEO position, three people familiar with the plan said last week. Visteon disclosed the bylaw change in a regulatory filing after regular trading in New York.
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