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Can a company boss have too much power?

by , and Nov 19, 2018
The chairman of Nissan Motors, Carlos Ghosn, has been arrested by Japanese prosecutors. He’s accused of underreporting his income on financial statements. Nissan says it’ll fire him this week and Nissan’s CEO says Ghosn’s arrest shows that too much power…

Nissan chair Ghosn dismissed, held on misconduct charges

by Associated Press Nov 19, 2018
Nissan said it was providing information to the prosecutors and cooperating with their investigation. The allegations also concern a Nissan representative director, Greg Kelly, who was also arrested.
Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn delivers a keynote address at CES 2017 at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino on Jan. 5, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. 
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Divided Decade

How temp workers became the norm in America

by Scott Tong Nov 15, 2018
10 years after the Great Recession companies have increased their dependence on non-permanent workers.
Nissan auto factory workers (from left to right) Eric Hearn, Travis Parks and Antonio Ivy. 
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In Mississippi, labor rights can also be civil rights

by Scott Tong Nov 14, 2018
Some workers at the Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi, are framing their fight for a union and higher wages as part of a longer fight for equality in the Deep South.
After a night shift, Nissan auto factory workers Travis Parks, Eric Hearn and Antonio Ivy gather at a Canton, Mississippi, truck stop.
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Android-powered infotainment coming to cars from Nissan, Renault, Mistsubishi

by Kimberly Adams Sep 19, 2018
There was some big news this week in the auto and tech industries, which are increasingly overlapping. The world’s largest automotive partnership, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, which sold more than 10 million cars around the world last year, is going to…

Nissan gets bigger to compete globally

by Dan Gorenstein May 12, 2016
Smaller car makers will increasingly be at a disadvantage in global markets
Japanese media reported that Nissan Motor confirmed that the two parties are in capital tie-up talks, and the deal would be an effective acquisition. 
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What's in a stadium name? Millions.

by Annie Baxter Jun 26, 2015
Nissan buys the naming rights to the Tennessee Titans' venue.

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Volkswagen deal revs up union hopes in the South

by Blake Farmer Nov 14, 2014
The UAW is trying to organize workers in the South, where auto jobs are growing.

Car companies are happy to lose money on electric cars

by Stacey Vanek Smith Jul 28, 2014
Why Nissan is willing to lose money on the Leaf.
 A Nissan Leaf electric vehicle is displayed at Star Nissan on December 3, 2012 in Niles, Illinois.
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The tech of New York's new taxi cabs

by Molly Wood Jan 2, 2014
A look inside the new fleet of green Nissan taxis poised to upgrade the ride around the Big Apple.