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Tesla names director Denholm as chair after Musk rows
(November 08 21:45) Reuters.com Business
Tesla Inc has ended weeks of speculation by promoting one of the electric carmaker's independent directors, Australian accountant Robyn Denholm, to replace Elon Musk as chairman.
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VW's supervisory board eyes multi-billion electrification plan
Volkswagen's supervisory board is due to vote on a multi-billion euro investment plan on Friday, including steps to retool three German plants to mass produce electric cars and to ...
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