PARIS – Renault has apologized for wrongfully firing three executives connected with the company’s electric-car program and is promising to make reparations after one of the auto maker’s two internal security officers was arrested Sunday and charged with “organized fraud.” The three executives reportedly were accused by the company for allegedly selling corporate secrets. “Carlos Ghosn, chairman and chief executive officer, and Patrick Pelata, chief operating officer, present their ...

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