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Renault-Nissan mulls hidden bonus plan for Ghosn, other execs, report saysTue, 13, Jun 2017
First Shift: Ghosn on hunt for successor?Wed, 07, 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.
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Ghosn wants Mitsubishi to reform, rules out Nissan mergerTue, 25, Apr 2017
Nissan and Mitsubishi CEO Carlos Ghosn ruled out a full merger of the two automakers, but said he wants changes at the smaller company. The executive repeated comments made previously by the alliance that it was likely the carmakers will cross-manufacture in areas where it makes sense.