PARIS – Few facts have yet emerged, but the Renault spy case is beginning to look like a festering sore on the French auto maker’s nose. Chief Operating Officer Patrick Pelata said in an interview this week it is possible that Renault was manipulated into firing three innocent employees. Renault dismissed the three executives in January in a very public way, after a 5-month internal investigation that started with some anonymous accusations. Renault claimed the officials sold secrets ...

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