Nissan CEO Ghosn's pay tops $9 million for second yearWed, 22, Jun 2016
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn received a 3.5 percent pay rise to take his total compensation to more than $9.58 million for the second straight year after the automaker's profit climbed to a record.
Mitsubishi expects annual loss due to mileage-cheating scandal, report saysTue, 21, Jun 2016
Mitsubishi Motors expects to post a net loss this financial year over its mileage-cheating scandal as it is hit by compensation costs and a slide in vehicle sales, a report said today.
NSK sets sights on Detroit 3 in plan to cash in on electric eraMon, 20, Jun 2016
NSK Ltd., a Japanese supplier of electric power steering systems and old-school components such as ball bearings, sees growth potential in the era of electrified cars, thanks to increasing demand for high-spec bearings in motors and actuators.
How GM contained quake's falloutMon, 20, Jun 2016
An April earthquake in Japan forced the closure of four GM plants in North America - but the fallout could have been far worse if not for changes in GM's supply chain management to keep parts flowing to key plants.
Mitsubishi reportedly used improper mileage data for other modelsWed, 15, Jun 2016
Mitsubishi used improper fuel economy data for additional models that are no longer being sold and plans to report on the matter soon to Japan's transport ministry, local media reported today. The automaker admitted in April to overstating the fuel economy on four vehicles, including two produced for Nissan.
Mitsubishi Heavy to keep car stake amid fuel-testing crisisTue, 14, Jun 2016
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, currently the biggest shareholder in Mitsubishi Motors, will hold onto its stake in the automaker that Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn is seeking to turn around following a fuel-economy test scandal.
Lazard in control as momentum builds for Takata solution, report saysThu, 09, Jun 2016
Lazard is driving financial restructuring talks for Takata, with the Japanese airbag maker's founding family now firmly in the back seat, a person briefed on the process told Reuters.
Japanese woman sues Takata, Nissan over airbag injuriesTue, 07, Jun 2016
A Japanese women has filed a negligence suit against Takata and Nissan after she sustained injuries when a passenger-side airbag made by Takata exploded in her Nissan vehicle last year.
Suzuki chairman will step down as CEO over false fuel-economy testsWed, 08, Jun 2016
Suzuki's Chairman Osamu Suzuki will give up his CEO title while Executive Vice President Osamu Honda will retire, the automaker said today, after the company revealed using false fuel-economy tests last month.
Suzuki raided by Japanese investigators over false fuel economy testsFri, 03, Jun 2016
Japanese investigators raided Suzuki's headquarters as they probe the automaker's use of improper fuel economy tests.
Toyota halts production at three Japanese plants after supplier blastFri, 03, Jun 2016
Toyota has suspended production at three Japanese plants affected by an explosion earlier this week at a factory belonging to the supplier Aisin Advics, a major maker of breaking systems that is majority owned by Toyota group supplier Aisin Seiki.
Suzuki halts output at 3 Japanese factories after explosion at supplier's plantThu, 02, Jun 2016
Suzuki said today it halted production at three of its plants in Japan after an explosion at a factory operated by supplier Aisin Advics caused a shortage of brake components.