Renault replaces detained Ghosn with new chairman and CEO


French carmaker Renault on Thursday appointed outgoing Michelin boss Jean-Dominique Senard as chairman and its former second in command, Thierry Bolloré, as CEO, after Carlos Ghosn, who held both posts, resigned late Wednesday while in detention in Japan where has been held since November on financial misconduct allegations. 

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Renault has appointed a new chairman and chief executive after Carlos Ghosn resigned from both roles, reports The Guardian.