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Ghosn's successor will have work to do

Carlos Ghosn is handing the CEO reins for a vastly improved Nissan. Despite nearly two decades of gains, Nissan still has much to work on.

Organized labor's Trump predicament

The UAW and other unions finally have a friend on trade in the White House. But much of the rest of President Trump's agenda stands in stark contrast to labor's priorities.

SUV? Electric car? They'll kill 2 birds with 1 Bentley

Bentley Motors is eyeing a new strategy for both its SUV lineup and its electrification plans: combining them.

FTC checks lenders' use of 'kill switches'

The Federal Trade Commission is looking at the practice of installing GPS trackers and "kill switches" on vehicles to disable them if the owner fails to make timely payments.

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The skeptics didn't know Carlos Ghosn

Bob Lutz didn't think Nissan could be saved. At that moment in the late 1990s, Nissan was on the brink of failure. Then entered Carlos Ghosn.

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