Bo Andersson, out of the shadowsMay 23, 2016
In a tucked-away corner of an empty restaurant, the familiar face emerges from the shadows, slipping into the room like a character from a John le Carré Russian spy novel. It's Bo Andersson. Yes, that Bo Andersson.
Russia's Detroit blames Renault-Nissan for its declineMay 14, 2016
Ghosn will give up AvtoVAZ chairmanship amid restructuringApril 18, 2016
Renault-Nissan said its CEO Carlos Ghosn will give up the chairmanship of AvtoVAZ, a further sign that the alliance's hold on the Russian automaker, in which it holds a majority share, has been weakened by recent tensions over AvtoVAZ's restructuring.
AutoNews Now: Risks for Japan's supply chainApril 18, 2016
AvtoVAZ's new boss faces a tough job after Andersson departureMarch 16, 2016
Nicolas Maure, brought in to turn around Renault-Nissan's Russian carmaker, AvtoVAZ, faces a tough challenge at a company where his predecessor, Bo Andersson, failed to stop sales from falling and could not overcome powerful vested interests among shareholders, suppliers and workers.
AvtoVAZ names Bo Andersson's replacementMarch 15, 2016
First Shift: Cadillac's plan to speed rolloutsMarch 15, 2016
Was Bo Andersson too tough for AvtoVAZ?March 14, 2016
The tougher the challenge, the more Bo Andersson, the former purchasing czar at General Motors, seemed to relish it. But Russia’s recession-plagued auto industry proved more of a challenge than even Andersson could master.
AvtoVAZ CEO Andersson to step downMarch 7, 2016
First Shift: Clinton, Sanders spar on auto rescueMarch 7, 2016
Star powerMarch 7, 2016
Bo Andersson could find his "mission is finished' at AvtoVAZMarch 7, 2016
In November, Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn lavished praise on Bo Andersson, the former General Motors purchasing czar and current czar of Russian carmaker AvtoVAZ. But that was then, and this is now. Now, Renault-Nissan, AvtoVAZ's majority shareholder, and another owner, are angling to replace Andersson as CEO, according to Reuters.