Johan de Nysschen
Why is GM clinging to Cadillac in Europe?Sat, 11, Mar 2017
Cadillac retailers in wait-and-see over Pinnacle changesMon, 06, Feb 2017
Cadillac's dealer council hasn't decided yet whether to endorse Project Pinnacle, brand chief Johan de Nysschen's overhaul of the standards retailers must meet and the way they are paid. That's because Cadillac's dealer body is still waiting to see the final product before it takes effect April 1.
Cadillac gives relief on PinnacleSat, 28, Jan 2017
Cadillac is modifying portions of the dealer-incentive program that starts in April to let retailers receive payments sooner and earn partial bonuses even if they fall as much as 15 percent short of monthly sales targets.
Sales job awaits Caddy bossThu, 26, Jan 2017
With barely two months to go before Cadillac radically overhauls the way it pays its retailers and imposes stricter standards on them in a bid to regain cachet, dealers still have a lot of questions. For some of those seeking answers at Saturday's meeting with brand executives, the overarching question is whether the factory even wants them to be a part of Cadillac anymore.
China growth buys time for CadillacMon, 23, Jan 2017
De Nysschen meets his Infiniti babyMon, 16, Jan 2017
Few takers for Cadillac buyoutsMon, 28, Nov 2016
Fewer than 20 of the 400 Cadillac dealerships that were offered cash to give up their franchises agreed to buyouts, leaving the brand with a fraction of the throughput enjoyed by most other luxury brands.
Cadillac delays Pinnacle launch againWed, 23, Nov 2016
Dealers deliver mandate to CadillacMon, 10, Oct 2016
Virtually all of Cadillac's 925 U.S. dealerships signed up for its Project Pinnacle incentive program, giving brand chief Johan de Nysschen a strong mandate to proceed even as significant opposition lingers under the surface.
Premium luxury requires investmentMon, 10, Oct 2016
Cadillac offers a way out, not a pushMon, 26, Sep 2016
Cadillac offering buyouts to 400 smaller U.S. dealersFri, 23, Sep 2016
Cadillac is offering its 400 smallest U.S. dealers as much as $180,000 if they would rather give up their franchise than make the investment necessary to meet a host of new standards being imposed by the brand.