[UPDATE, Feb. 13, 2017: Hertz chief revenue officer Jeff Foland will leave the company on Feb. 28. The move will follow new CEO Kathryn Marinello's plans for "structural changes in North America to facilitate her direct interaction with senior managers and to fast-track decision-making to accelerate performance improvement," according to a Hertz financial filing. Marinello last month replaced John Tague as the company's president and CEO. Foland and Tague worked together at United Airlines before they joined Hertz a few years ago.]

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