Fraud Charges Abound in Michelin Dispute In France, the famed gastronomic handbook The Michelin Guide is under attack. A former inspector for the guide claims Michelin gives out stars too easily Pascal Remy said he was let go for refusing to shelve the planned publication of his diaries, filled with anecdotes of the trade. However, Michelin editor Derek Brown said Remy was fired for making exorbitant cash demands to keep the manuscript quiet. NPR's Nick Spicer reports.
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Fraud Charges Abound in Michelin Dispute

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Fraud Charges Abound in Michelin Dispute

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In France, the famed gastronomic handbook The Michelin Guide is under attack. A former inspector for the guide claims Michelin gives out stars too easily Pascal Remy said he was let go for refusing to shelve the planned publication of his diaries, filled with anecdotes of the trade. However, Michelin editor Derek Brown said Remy was fired for making exorbitant cash demands to keep the manuscript quiet. NPR's Nick Spicer reports.