Saturday, 12 January 2019 () A top Nissan Motor Co. executive and ally of Carlos Ghosn has resigned, the company said, in a first shake-up at the Japanese auto maker since the arrest of the former Chairman.
According to Reuters, a source said that Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa failed to secure a meeting this week with the acting boss of partner automaker Renault to discuss the arrest of top executive Carlos..
Renault, the automaker in which the French state is the most powerful shareholder, is headed into a decisive week over its leadership. Automotive News reports While Carlos Ghosn may still formally be..
Reuters reports- A top executive at Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Tuesday that the days of a single automaker being able to develop new technologies on its own were fading, stressing the importance of..