Slowing down? No wayJan. 8
Mitsu eager to prove potentialJan. 14
Nissan, Renault, Mitsubishi confirm $1 billion fund for mobility startupsJan. 9
Detroit auto show preview: Maserati to VolvoJan. 8
Renault, Nissan, Mitsubishi seek robotaxi deals with tech companiesJan. 5
Mitsubishi Materials says units falsified product data for carsNov. 23, 2017
Ghosn pressing to bring Renault, Nissan, Mitsu closerNov. 20, 2017
Ghosn's ace for growth: SuppliersNov. 19, 2017
Mitsubishi just starting big U.S. reboundNov. 13, 2017
CEO Osamu Masuko wants Mitsubishi Motors Corp. to make a V-shaped recovery from the dark days of 2016 when it was laid low by a fuel economy scandal in Japan. And it is rebounding fast with the help of its new alliance partner, Nissan Motor Co.
Mitsubishi swings to quarterly operating profitNov. 7, 2017
Mitsubishi CEO on U.S. strategy, industry survival, ‘too old’ execsOct. 30, 2017
68-year-old Mitsubishi CEO Osamu Masuko sees an auto industry filled with aging executives who are scrambling to understand the changing car-buying habits and 'values' of young people. Masuko says CEOs and their companies must learn how new shoppers 'think' to survive in this uncertain environment. His advice comes as Mitsubishi looks to boost U.S. sales and re-energize dealerships without much immediate help from partners Nissan and Renault.