Patrick Pelata

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What's next for Tavares, Ghosn and Renault?

12:01 am U.S. ET | Aug. 29, 2013
Carlos Tavares and Renault had no choice but to part ways. Tavares is 55 and wants to be the CEO at a global automaker sooner rather than later.... Read More »

 

LUCA CIFERRI

What's next for Tavares, Ghosn and Renault?

12:01 am U.S. ET | Aug. 29, 2013
Carlos Tavares and Renault had no choice but to part ways. Tavares is 55 and wants to be the CEO at a global automaker sooner rather than later.... Read More »

 

Once a product planner, former Renault executive Pelata now mines data

April 30, 2013 06:01 CET
Former Renault COO Patrick Pelata had plenty of job possibilities after leaving automaker. He now sells customer-retention software from an office in San Francisco.... Read More »

 

Pelata on Renault's spy scandal: 'I had to leave'

April 30, 2013 06:01 CET
Former Renault COO Patrick Pelata fell on his sword to save his boss and friend Carlos Ghosn -- and maybe his company. Pelata left the automaker after a botched espionage investigation.... Read More »

 

Pelata on Renault's spy scandal: 'I had to leave'

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 29, 2013
Patrick Pelata fell on his sword to save his boss and friend Carlos Ghosn -- and maybe his company. Pelata, often called one of the industry's best product strategists, was part of a small team of executives Ghosn brought to Nissan in 1999 after Renault bought a controlling stake in the Japanese company.... Read More »

 

Once a product planner, Pelata now mines data

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 29, 2013
Former Renault COO Patrick Pelata had plenty of job possibilities after leaving the French automaker last summer. So how did the European product planner who helped revive Nissan end up selling customer-retention software from an office in San Francisco?... Read More »

 

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