The Latest: Jaguar’s business communication unit has been shut down

Jaguar has announced that its business communications unit has shut down, and that the company has no plans to resume operations.

Jaguar announced the shutdown, following the resignation of CEO James Hurley earlier this year.

“Jaguars business communications has been taken over by a new team, led by CEO James Dyson, and this new team will not be running our business for a while,” the company said in a statement.

“The team has a mandate to improve Jaguar’s communication capabilities, including better integration of digital and traditional media, to enable a more responsive and focused business environment.”

Jaguard was one of the first automakers to use mobile apps to communicate with customers in 2016.

In 2017, the company launched a new product called Connect that allowed customers to talk directly to the car.

Judd and his team were hired in February, just months after the resignation.

The company has been losing money as the market for connected vehicles has slowed.

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