PARIS – Renault SA appears to have lost some of its charm in France as a result of firing three top employees. The auto maker says the dismissed executives were selling company secrets, but it has not offered proof to the public. The three employees all have professed their innocence and are pursuing legal channels to regain their honor and jobs. The episode has become very messy. Renault asked the French police to investigate, and they are. But the auto maker conducted its own ...
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