Michel Rollier, né le 19 septembre 1944 à Annecy, est un dirigeant d'entreprise français. Il est président du conseil de surveillance de Michelin.

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  • Michel Rollier, né le 19 septembre 1944 à Annecy, est un dirigeant d'entreprise français. Il est président du conseil de surveillance de Michelin.
  • Michel Rollier (born September 19, 1944 in Annecy, Haute-Savoie ) is a French industrialist in the automobile industry. On May 26, 2006, he succeeded Édouard Michelin (the second), as chief executive officer of the Michelin tire company. Rollier is a distant relative of Michelin founder Édouard Michelin. In May of 2012 Rollier retired from Michelin, and was replaced by Jean-Dominique Senard.Although not a descendant of Édouard Michelin (founder of the Michelin company), Michel Rollier is the second cousin of Édouard Michelin who drowned during a fishing trip in May 2006.
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  • Michel Rollier, né le 19 septembre 1944 à Annecy, est un dirigeant d'entreprise français. Il est président du conseil de surveillance de Michelin.
  • Michel Rollier (born September 19, 1944 in Annecy, Haute-Savoie ) is a French industrialist in the automobile industry. On May 26, 2006, he succeeded Édouard Michelin (the second), as chief executive officer of the Michelin tire company. Rollier is a distant relative of Michelin founder Édouard Michelin.
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  • Michel Rollier
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