STUTTGART, Germany, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Remuneration for the management board of Porsche SE rose to a record 143.5 million euros ($186.4 million) in the fiscal year that ended in July. Four of the six management board members of Porsche were part of the board only until Nov 13 of last year, when it changed its legal form to a European automotive holding company that subsequently had only two -- Chief Executive Wendelin Wiedeking and Chief Financial Officer Holger Haerter. Wiedeking ...
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