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Lear is a global automotive technology leader in seating and electrical and electronic systems.
Lear lowered pricing in an attempt to diversify and boost growth.
Lear's products are designed, engineered, and manufactured by a diverse team of approximately 169,000 employees located in 39 countries.
Jim brings extensive and diverse experience to his new role at Lear. Most recently, he served as Founder and CEO of Black Ox Advisors, LLC, a diversified financial and investment advisory Firm.
'Maniv is recognised as one of the premier investment funds focusing on the key trends in the automotive market, which makes it a great opportunity for LIV,' said John Absmeier, Lear's chief technology officer.
He is best known for his nonsense poetry; his most famous poem The Owl and the Pussycat was written at Knowsley Hall near Liverpool for the 13th Earl of Derby when Lear was invited to visit to paint parrots and animals in the menagerie.
He was very down to earth." She will be watching King Lear on BBC2, Monday at 9.30pm.
But translating Lear into the present day is a challenging task.
Confronted with Goneril's servant Oswald, Lear feels that he is not being treated with sufficient respect.
Gideon Jewel, Lear Corporation's President of Global Just In Time said: "This is a hugely important new dimension of Lear's work at Sunderland.