Renault COO Pelata resigns 15 months after espionage debacle
Renault did eat crow, Pelata submitted his resignation, then Ghosn rejected it but the company accepted it, and Pelata was given an advisory job reporting to Ghosn on Renault-Nissan alliance projects. Got all that? Well, now Automotive News reports Pelata has resigned from the alliance, meaning that as of August 16 he will no longer be with any part of the company he had been an employee of for 28 years. It is unclear where he is headed.
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