Nissan likely to send former tech chief to lead reform at Mitsubishi, report saysMon, 23, May 2016
Nissan, which plans to spend $2.2 billion on a one-third controlling stake in Mitsubishi Motors, aims to place its former global tech chief in charge of reform at its smaller rival, which is mired in a fuel economy data scandal, sources told Reuters.
Ghosn warns small makers: Beware a U.S. downturnMon, 23, May 2016
Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says the robust U.S. market is covering over the vulnerabilities of small automakers.
Toyota braces for plunging profitsMon, 16, May 2016
Seesawing foreign exchange rates are threatening to squeeze profits for Japanese automakers just as they intensify their efforts -- and their spending -- in the United States.
What's in it for Mitsubishi?Sun, 15, May 2016
Nissan and Mitsubishi believe there is mutual benefit in Nissan's move to take controlling interest in the smaller automaker. But for the U.S. market, the promise is not clear.
Nissan faces challenges with Mitsubishi but won't impose management, Ghosn saysFri, 13, May 2016
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said restoring Mitsubishi's credibility with consumers will be his top challenge after the company announced plans to take a controlling stake in the smaller automaker. Nissan will not impose its management on Mitsubishi, Ghosn said.
Nissan quarterly operating profit surges 20% on N.A. gainsThu, 12, May 2016
North America powered Nissan to a 20 percent surge in global operating profit in the latest quarter thanks to hot-selling crossovers.
Nissan move for Mitsubishi will be Ghosn's biggest testThu, 12, May 2016
Nissan's investment in Mitsubishi is a bold way of inoculating Nissan against the fallout from 25 years of false testing data at its smaller partner. The approach resembles the deal that enabled Renault to buy control of Nissan.
Nissan adds a sustainability chiefTue, 10, May 2016
Nissan appointed its first chief sustainability officer, charged with leading the Japanese carmaker on such issues as resource conservation, vehicle safety, quality and fuel efficiency.
No amour between Ghosn, French governmentMon, 09, May 2016
Carols Ghoshn, CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, had a pretty decent year running Renault. His end-of-year compensation package of $8.3 million came with hearty thanks from the Renault board - but not from its biggest shareholder, the French government.
Renault board maintains Ghosn's 2015 pay despite shareholder revoltFri, 29, Apr 2016
Renault's board stuck by its decision to pay Carlos Ghosn $8.2 million for 2015 in defiance of a non-binding shareholder vote against the CEO's compensation package on Friday.
Mitsubishi's existence at risk as fraud case widensWed, 27, Apr 2016
For the second time in about a decade, Mitsubishi faces a scandal that could affect the company's very existence after the automaker admitted improperly testing the fuel economy of its cars over the past 25 years.