Japanese carmaker Nissan will review its decision to build the Qashqai SUV in northern England if Britain leaves the European Union (EU) without a deal, potentially leading
Japan’s tax authorities have determined former Nissan Motor Co Ltd boss Carlos Ghosn used company money for private use, bolstering the automaker’s case that he diverted corporate funds
Nissan Motor reported a 70% profit drop on Tuesday and cut its full-year outlook to an 11-year low, as the Japanese automaker was hit by falling sales that highlight its ongoing turmoil after the ouster of former head Carlos Ghosn.
Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi plan to reboot joint operations after the departure of former alliance supremo Carlos Ghosn. France’s Renault is trying to repair relations with its Japanese partners after they were shaken by Ghosn’s arrest in Tokyo
The Interpol notice is the latest twist in Ghosn's daring escape, which spanned three continents and involved private planes, multiple passports and international intrigue. Turkey made several arrests Thursday as part of an investigation into how he passed through the country.
Nissan on Sunday announced a substantial investment in advanced technologies and equipment for its factories around the world. These innovations will help deliver a new generation of electrified and intelligent automobiles
Nissan Motor Co on Thursday cut its annual operating profit forecast by 43 per cent, hit by a slump in vehicle sales and heaping more pressure on new management to fix a company still reeling from the scandal surrounding former leader Carlos Ghosn.
Renault and Nissan can improve their alliance without altering their ownership structure, the chairman of the Franco-Japanese partnership said, rolling back a previous push towards a full-blown merger that rankled Nissan.
The Japanese automaker said in a statement that Ghosn engaged in serious misconduct while leading the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi alliance. Japan's chief government spokesman told reporters Tokyo has told Lebanon that Ghosn left the country illegally, seeking cooperation in finding out what happened.