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Dennis replaces Whitmarsh as McLaren CEO in a coup d'état

Dennis replaces Whitmarsh as McLaren CEO in a coup d'état 16 January, 2014 Martin Whitmarsh with Ron Dennis In what is a coup d'état Ron Dennis has returned as CEO of McLaren replacing Martin Whitmarsh at tghe helm of the Woking based organisation The following statement was released to the media today: 'McLaren Group today announced that Ron Dennis CBE, Chairman of McLaren Group, has been appointed to the additional role of Group Chief Executive Officer of McLaren Group, with immediate effect. Mr Dennis, a shareholder of McLaren since 1980 and the architect of its modern era, was the CEO of the Group from 1982 to 2012 and the Team Principal of the McLaren Formula 1 racing team from...
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