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Tesla's vice president of business development leaves after 11 years

14 Septembre 2017

Diarmuid O'Connell, one of Tesla's longest-serving executives, has stepped down from his position as VP of business development.

"For more than 11 years, Diarmuid has played an important role in helping Tesla grow from a small startup to a company with a presence around the world", a Tesla spokesman said in an email.

O'Connell's responsibilities, which included government relations, will now be taken over by Tesla's president of global sales and service, Jon McNeill, the company said.

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Tesla's vice president of business development leaves after 11 years