Renault-Nissan plans driverless ride-hailing and ride-sharing servicesThu, 22, Jun 2017
EVs are 'clearly' the future despite slow start, Renault's Normand saysWed, 21, Jun 2017
Ghosn sees Renault-Nissan passing VW, Toyota as global No. 1 this yearTue, 20, Jun 2017
Ghosn's long reign at Renault faces mounting challengesThu, 15, Jun 2017
Renault-Nissan has no plan for extra bonus scheme, Ghosn saysThu, 15, Jun 2017
Renault-Nissan mulls hidden bonus plan for Ghosn, other execs, report saysTue, 13, Jun 2017
Renault-Nissan seeks Ghosn heir to drive integration, report saysWed, 07, Jun 2017
Renault-Nissan is recruiting a new second-in-command for the alliance, Reuters reported. The move is designed to prepare for Carlos Ghosn's succession. Nissan's Jose Munoz and Yasuhiro Yamauchi, and Renault's Stefan Mueller, are said to be among candidates.