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Carlos Ghosn is leaving Michelin North America (MNA) as quietly as he arrived seven years ago.
Typically, the announcement of his resignation as one of Groupe Michelin's top executives worldwide came in a no-frills, one-page news release more than a month ago.
By the time you read this the name of his new employer will have just been revealed at a press conference or will be within the next few days.
He is remaining at MNA's Greenville, S.C., headquarters through the end of September to smooth the transfer of his responsibilities in North America to Jim Macali.
Macali had been running Michelin's North and Central American geographic areas.
In just 18 years with the French tiremaker and by age 42, Ghosn had risen to become a member of the company's nine-man Group Executive Council (CEG) only one step removed from the three managing partners who run the company.
He was also …