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Captive Goodyear bosses freed at French site

Goodyear's human resources chief, Bernard Glesser, center, and the firm's production manager Michel Dheilly, center right, leave the Goodyear plant in Amiens, northern France, Tuesday, Jan. 7. Two Goodyear managers held captive by angry French workers were freed Tuesday after police intervened, ending two days of standoff over the factory’s bleak future.

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Goodyear's human resources chief, Bernard Glesser, center, and the firm's production manager Michel Dheilly, center right, leave the Goodyear plant in Amiens, northern France, Tuesday, Jan. 7. Two Goodyear managers held captive by angry French workers were freed Tuesday after police intervened, ending two days of standoff over the factory’s bleak future.



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Workers ignite a bonfire of tyres in front of the Goodyear plant in Amiens, northern France, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014. Two Goodyear managers held captive by angry French workers were freed Tuesday after police intervened, ending two days of standoff over the factory’s bleak future.

AMIENS, France — Two Goodyear managers held captive by angry French workers were freed Tuesday after police intervened, ending a two-day standoff over the factory’s bleak future...

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