PARIS, April 28 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault said it had finalised an agreement to compensate three executives it wrongly fired in a debunked industrial espionage case. It gave no details. Matthieu Tenenbaum, formerly deputy head of the group's electric vehicle programme, has accepted the company's offer to return and will be joining Renault's Strategy and Planning unit May 2, the statement said. Michel Balthazard, formerly senior vice-president of advance engineering, and ...
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