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.
Renault CEO Ghosn targeted in French diesel probe, report saysWed, 15, Mar 2017
Wanted man: Jobs he might have hadMon, 27, Feb 2017
Ghosn's successor will have work to doSun, 26, Feb 2017
Six daring products that Ghosn championedMon, 27, Feb 2017
Carlos Ghosn, in his own wordsMon, 27, Feb 2017
Ghosn's 18 years of epic battlesMon, 27, Feb 2017
Ghosn hands Nissan reins to cost-focused lieutenantThu, 23, Feb 2017
Nissan names Saikawa CEO, president; Ghosn to remain chairmanWed, 22, Feb 2017
Carlos Ghosn, the long-serving chief executive who rescued Nissan from bankruptcy, is stepping down as CEO, having nearly finished his latest business plan and driven the Renault-Nissan Alliance to new heights with the acquisition of Mitsubishi. Hiroto Saikawa, who currently serves as co-CEO, will become sole chief executive.