PARIS – Renault SA names its racing division chief to take over the troubled technical center in Guyancourt, where suicides over the winter brought attention to the pressure on engineers to develop twice as many cars as before. Bernard Ollivier, who began his career as an economic planner in Algeria, has had a varied career at Renault in finance, marketing and running several subsidiaries. Since July 2001, he has been general manager of Renault Sport Technologies, which oversees several ...
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