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French government seeks replacement for Carlos Ghosn at Renault

The French government says it's begun the process of seeking a replacement for Carlos Ghosn as chairman and CEO of Renault. Ghosn has been in custody in Japan since November 19, accused of financial misconduct at Renault's partner firm Nissan. Also today, the Irish fast-food chain that took on McDonald's - and won.

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