Audi’s boss replaced over ‘slow progress on innovation’

The Volkswagen Group has ousted Marcus Duesmann as CEO of Audi, as the brand falls short of its main rivals, Mercedes and BMW, on innovation. Duesmann will be replaced by an insider, Gernot Döllner, who takes over at the helm of the German luxury brand as of the 1st of September. Duesmanns replacement doesn’t come as
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