PARIS – Renault SA reacts to a series of suicides at its Guyancourt Technocenter by agreeing to hire another 110 engineers and technicians as part of a series of measures to ease tensions and worry at the engineering complex. Under Contract 2009, the 4-year improvement plan announced last year by CEO Carlos Ghosn, Renault is doubling the number of new cars it will launch in the coming years. The peak of activity will be this year and next. Ghosn, himself, may have found the pace of ...
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