PARIS – The controlling Peugeot family today chose Christian Streiff, a 52-year-old engineer with a background in glass and airplanes, to replace retiring Jean-Martin Folz as CEO of PSA Peugeot Citroen, effective Feb. 9. Streiff, not known for his patience, quit the CEO job at Airbus in October after three months on the job, apparently because he couldn’t redress the company the way he wanted to. Just before then, he had met with Thierry Peugeot and other members of the family and has ...

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