New Michelin chief pledges continuity


CLERMONT-FERRAND, France, May 28 (Reuters) - The head of tyre maker Michelin , Michel Rollier, pledged on Sunday to maintain continuity after assuming sole charge following the death of former co-chief Edouard Michelin in a boat accident. "The future of the company is assured. Edouard Michelin did everything necessary for that," Rollier told reporters following a service in Clermont-Ferrand cathedral. Michelin, 42, was drowned during a fishing trip on Friday. The company announced on ...

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