PG&E’s new CEO faces epic task of fixing ‘culture of ineptitude’

After years of upheaval, criminal charges and bankruptcy, California utility giant PG&E Corp. has placed its fate in the hands of a new chief executive with a record of reducing accidents, cutting costs and building bridges.

Patricia K. Poppe, a General Motors Co. veteran who now runs the Michigan utility CMS Energy Corp., will be PG&E’s fourth leader in the last two years, taking over Jan. 4., the company said Wednesday in a statement…Read More

 

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