Nissan takes control of Mitsubishi with Ghosn as chairmanOct. 20, 2016
Carlos Ghosn officially folded troubled Mitsubishi into the Renault-Nissan alliance and put himself at the helm, with expectations for hundreds of millions of dollars in savings as his group joins an exclusive club of automakers operating at a massive scale.
Ghosn set to add Mitsubishi chairman role, reports sayOct. 19, 2016
Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn is set to become chairman of Mitsubishi Motors when Nissan takes a controlling stake in the smaller automaker, reports said. Ghosn, 62, has asked Mitsubishi Chairman Osamu Masuko to remain president, one report said.
Ghosn still eyes global top 3 spot despite setbacksOct. 6, 2016
Carlos Ghosn's goal to make Renault-Nissan one of the top three global automakers has suffered setbacks but rising EV sales, a rebound in India and the acquisition of Mitsubishi will boost the French-Japanese alliance.
Mitsubishi blames 'collective failure' for mileage fraud, 'starting from the management'Aug. 2, 2016
An investigation of practices at Mitsubishi found a corporate culture where workers couldn't push back against management demands and infighting between departments contributed to a fuel-economy manipulation scandal that's led to a rescue from Nissan.
Mitsubishi Heavy to keep car stake amid fuel-testing crisisJune 14, 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.
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Nissan faces challenges with Mitsubishi but won't impose management, Ghosn saysMay 13, 2016
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said restoring Mitsubishi's credibility with consumers will be his top challenge after the company announced plans to take a controlling stake in the smaller automaker. Nissan will not impose its management on Mitsubishi, Ghosn said.