Ghosn hints he may leave Renault CEO roleJan. 17
Carlos Ghosn opened the door to stepping down as Renault CEO, as he focuses on the Franco-Japanese alliance he built with Nissan and Mitsubishi. Renault is said to be searching for a successor who could take on a more operational role - with people who work at Renault or who once worked at the automaker as the top candidates.
Renault-Nissan will split up various management roles, Ghosn saysJan. 17
Alliance measures 'troops on ground'Jan. 15
Renault leans toward internal candidates for Ghosn successorJan. 15
Ghosn: Nissan has 'troops' on the groundJan. 10
Carlos Ghosn found a way to hold court amid an array of journalists and coterie of executives through repeated, enthusiastic endorsements of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance's autonomous car strategy.
First Shift: Nissan N.A. move part of Ghosn succession?Dec. 21, 2017
Ghosn pressing to bring Renault, Nissan, Mitsu closerNov. 20, 2017
Ghosn's ace for growth: SuppliersNov. 19, 2017
Ghosn focuses alliance on EV assaultNov. 12, 2017
Ghosn says car ownership is here to stayNov. 9, 2017
AutoNews Now: Car ownership alive and well, Ghosn saysNov. 9, 2017
Ghosn protege faces first crisis with Japan recallOct. 4, 2017
Carlos Ghosn, one of the auto industry's most celebrated turnaround artists, saved Nissan by managing himself out of numerous tight spots. Now his hand-picked successor faces a big test of his own, just six months into his tenure as Nissan's CEO.