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Published on Apr 10, 2009
France witnessed a new "bossnapping" incident late Thursday in which disgruntled factory workers at auto parts maker Faurecia held three managers for five hours. Recent weeks have seen a number of business executives in France held hostage, some overnight, by workers angry over restructuring and lay-off plans. In each case, they have been released unharmed, often after a promise to restart negotiations. Images of manager's release at the Faurecia factory overnight Thursday amid angry crowds of workers.