Group Lotus fires CEO Dany Bahar after an investigation into a complaint made against him by the auto maker’s new Malaysian owners DRB-Hicom. No details of the complaint are being given. The decision was made by the Lotus board, which also announced the appointment of U.K. industry veteran Aslam Farikullah as Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately. Bahar initially was suspended while the complaint was investigated. Lotus is a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaysian auto ...

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