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Nissan seeks sale of trading unit in US$1 bil deal

Nissan may select its potential buyer as early as October.

Nissan looking for third CEO in 3 years

October deadline set for Nissan to replace Hiroto Saikawa.

Crisis-hit Nissan CEO resigns

The Nissan board is hoping to find a successor to Hiroto Saikawa by the end of October.

Nissan to discuss Saikawa successors at Monday meeting

Hiroto Saikawa's resignation marks the latest upheaval over governance at the troubled Japanese automaker.

Nissan’s Saikawa ready for resignation once successor is found

Hiroto Saikawa, who is ready to resign as CEO, is also willing to take responsibility for scandals involving Carlos Ghosn.

Nissan’s chief investigator into CEO’s pay scandal to resign

Christina Murray, Nissan’s vice-president in charge of audit and compliance, will leave the company as soon as Sept 10.

Nissan CEO Saikawa admits to misconduct in compensation

An internal company probe found Hiroto Saikawa had received tens of millions of yen more than he should have through a stock appreciation rights scheme.

Nissan board to question Saikawa on 2013 house purchase

Hiroto Saikawa will also be questioned about whether he asked Nissan to buy the house, and be repaid later in instalments.

Nissan’s Saikawa to stay on as president, Renault chief to join...

While Hiroto Saikawa stays on as Nissan's president, Renault Chief Executive Officer Thierry Bollore will be brought in as a board member.

Ghosn’s successor under siege from within as Nissan profit sinks

Nissan Motor Co CEO Hiroto Saikawahas yet to announce a turnaround plan, which raises questions of whether he is fit to continue as Nissan's head.

Nissan CEO plans for a longer tenure

Hiroto Saikawa plans to stay in Nissan for three years to help the automaker recover from the aftermath of the Ghosn scandal.

Nissan may scrap chairman role as it rebuilds, director says

Japanese law allows companies to operate without a chairman, as some companies choose that route as a way of distributing power across top management.

Nissan, Renault bosses met one-on-one in Amsterdam

Renault owns 43.4% of Nissan, which holds a 15% stake in its French parent but has no voting rights.

Nissan CEO tells staff feels ‘dismay’ at Ghosn scandal

Saikawa said he could not reveal all details of what had happened because the case was still under investigation.

Nissan nears decision on new assembly plant in China

China is poised to overtake the US to become Nissan’s biggest market this year, and the Japanese carmaker trails only Volkswagen AG and General Motors Co in the country.