PARIS ‚Äď Renault will remake its internal security operation and discipline the three security bosses implicated in the wrongful firing of three employees. The auto maker‚Äôs board of directors held a special meeting at the request of CEO Carlos Ghosn to consider the aftermath of the 3-month public-relations disaster for the company. Among other things, Ghosn and his No.2 man, Chief Operating Officer Patrick Pelata, will not accept bonuses for 2010 and will not get stock options for 2011. ...

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