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Tesla is our friend, says Renault boss
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Tesla is our friend, says Renault boss

:00 Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn promises more electric cars, and hits back at Red Bull's criticism of his F1 engines Renault-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn is, by car-boss standards, a blast of fresh air: frank, no-nonsense, and not afraid of an ... BBC Top Gear Singapore, 3 days ago

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Nissan Motor Co. announces management changes

YOKOHAMA, Japan - Nissan Motor Co. President and CEO Carlos Ghosn today announced board and senior management changes that were approved this afternoon by the company's Board of Directors. Toshiyuki Shiga stepped down as a representative director.
 Bloomberg5 days ago Nissan Motor : announces management changes  4 Traders1 week ago Nissan Motor Co announces management changes  Autocar Professional1 week ago MOTORSPORT: Winds of change howling  Car Point1 day ago

Nissan boss rakes in the cash

Tokyo - Nissan Motor Company President Carlos Ghosn, Japan's best-paid automaker executive, received more than 1 billion yen ($8 million) in salary and bonuses for the first time. Ghosn was paid a total of 1.035 billion yen for the year ended ...
 IOL1 week ago Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn Tops 1 Billion Yen in Pay for First Time  La Repubblica1 week ago Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn Pay Tops 1 Billion Yen  Bloomberg1 week ago Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn tops ¥1 billion in pay for first time  Japan Times1 week ago

Nissan's Ghosn earns more than one billion yen

Nissan Motor President Carlos Ghosn disclosed that his earnings in fiscal 2014 topped one billion yen, or more than 8 million dollars. Ghosn made the disclosure at Nissan's shareholders' meeting on Tuesday. He reported that his remuneration in ...
 NHK1 week ago NISSAN MOTOR : Ghosn earns over 1 billion yen in FY 2014  4 Traders1 week ago Nissan's Ghosn Seeking Big U.S. Market Share Gains in 22 Months  Bloomberg1 month ago Renault-Nissan's Ghosn Is Open to Technology Sharing  Bloomberg1 month ago
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Renault puts wheels of Alpine sports car revival in motion

Carlos Ghosn, CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, speaks to the media as he stands next to Renault's new Kwid car during its launch in Chennai, India, May 20, 2015. — Reuters pic LONDON, June 29 — Renault SA is moving to revive its Alpine sports ...
 Malay Mail5 days ago Renault to invest more in electric series  Gnom.es6 days ago Nissan paid CEO Carlos Ghosn $8.4 mn last year  Hindu Business Line1 week ago JAPAN: Ghosn's Nissan pay rises 4%  Just-Auto1 week ago

Renault-Nissan's Carlos Ghosn Banks $16M In 2014

Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn did well for himself in 2014, banking around $16 million in compensation compared to the salaries of other automotive CEOs. Breaking down the numbers, Nissan paid Ghosn ¥1.035 billion ($8.39 million USD) during ...
 Automnews.com1 week ago

Renault Kwid: The first Renault-Nissan Alliance vehicle built on the CMF-A architecture

Renault had the global premiere of the production model in Chennai with CEO Carlos Ghosn taking off the covers of the low-cost entry-level compact car. Also read:Renault's Kwid compact
 Autocar Professional3 weeks ago You Won't Have to Spend Much Quid on the New Renault Kwid  MetalMiner1 month ago Carlos Ghosn talks about the Renault Kwid, and why it's so cheap  Motoroids.com1 month ago Hope to increase Indian market share to 5%: Carlos Ghosn  Money Control1 month ago
Bloomberg View

Why carmakers don't want robots to drive

NEW YORK Carlos Ghosn has seen the pictures of Google's little self-driving car. He is not impressed. It's a box, the chief executive officer of Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co. said during a recent visit to Bloomberg's offices. It's not about ...
 Japan Times4 weeks ago Why Carmakers Want People (Not Robots) to Drive  Bloomberg View1 month ago

Ghosn happy to keep Renault-Nissan status quo

Carlos Ghosn, chief executive of Renault-Nissan, dismissed the need to change the capital structure of the alliance to counter France's increasing clout in Renault, saying the groups shareholdings had zero influence on the joint venture's ...
 Daily Newswatch1 month ago CEO Ghosn: 'No Reason' to Change Renault-Nissan Partnership Despite France Conflict  Industry Week1 month ago Ghosn Says No Immediate Need to Change Renault-Nissan Structure  Bloomberg1 month ago Renault alliance stable, no need to change structure: Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn  Economic Times1 month ago
Autocar Professional

European auto industry asks EU policy makers to rebalance CO2 programme

Carlos Ghosn: A balanced and comprehensive approach should make it possible to drive down total road transport emissions further and faster. The European Automobile Manufacturers Association's (ACEA) president, Carlos Ghosn, has underlined the ...
 Autocar Professional2 weeks ago European auto industry calls on Europe to rebalance CO2 policy in the interest of jobs and growth  European Automobile Manufacturers' Association3 weeks ago British Government to end onshore windfarm subsides a year early  Climate Action2 weeks ago FAO launches sustainable agriculture digital platform  Climate Action2 weeks ago
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