PARIS – Christian Streiff, former CEO of PSA Peugeot Citroen, says he doesn’t know why the auto maker fired him Sunday, but it likely has to do with his relationship with the Peugeot family. However, Thierry Peugeot, head of the PSA supervisory board, is quoted as saying, “The board unanimously judged that the exceptional difficulties faced by the auto industry imposed a change of management.” Streiff, in an interview with the business newspaper Les Echos, says he didn’t have a hint that ...
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