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Nissan Ariya electric crossover will be unveiled July 15

0-60 under 5 seconds, 300-mile range, hands-free highway driving

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Nissan officials answer to angry shareholders on red ink, Ghosn scandal

'We will tackle these challenges without compromise,' says CEO Uchida

Nissan Chief Executive Makoto Uchida told shareholders Monday he is giving up half his pay after the Japanese automaker sank into the red amid plunging sales and plant closures in Spain and Indonesia. “I promise to bring Nissan back on a growth track.” Nissan, based in Yokohama, Japan, sank into its first annual loss in 11 years, reporting a 671.2 billion yen ($6.3 billion) loss for the fiscal year that ended in March.

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Federal prosecutor fights bail for men accused of helping Carlos Ghosn escape

'Some of the best defendants ... positioned to actually succeed' in fleeing

A U.S. prosecutor on Monday urged a judge to keep a former Green Beret and his son locked up as Japan prepares to formally seek their extradition on charges that they helped former Nissan Motor Co boss Carlos Ghosn flee the East Asian country. Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Hassink argued during a virtual hearing that Michael Taylor and his son, Peter Taylor, have a "clear and present reason to flee" after being accused of helping Ghosn, who faces financial misconduct charges in Japan.

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Who's in charge at Nissan? COO's allies reportedly push to give him shared CEO role

Ashwani Gupta helped engineer the troubled automaker's latest turnaround plan

Thus far, Nissan Motor Co's 12-member board has no plan to change the roles of Chief Executive Makoto Uchida or his No. 2 Gupta, the sources told Reuters. The sources, all of whom have ties to Nissan's leadership team, declined to be identified because they aren't authorised to speak to reporters and because of the sensitivity of the topic. Nissan responded in a statement to Reuters there are "no plans or consideration for any change in the management structure at Nissan, and no change to the

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Feds say Americans' bid to avoid extradition in Ghosn escape is 'flawed'

Defense lawyers argued that helping someone jump bail was not a crime

U.S. prosecutors on Tuesday said a former Green Beret and his son, wanted by Japan for helping former Nissan Motor Co boss Carlos Ghosn flee the country, were advancing a "flawed" interpretation of Japanese law to fight their extradition. Michael Taylor and his son, Peter Taylor, were arrested in Massachusetts last month at Japan's request for allegedly smuggling Ghosn out of the country on Dec. 29, 2019, in a box while he was out on bail awaiting trial on financial charges. Ghosn fle

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Internal Nissan emails reportedly corroborate Ghosn's claim of a setup

Bloomberg reports a 'methodical campaign' to get him arrested, ousted

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2021 Nissan Rogue vs compact crossover rivals: How they compare on paper

Comparing Rogue to Equinox, CR-V, Escape, Forester and RAV4

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2021 Nissan Rogue teased ahead of reveal next Monday

Here's a preview of Nissan's next hot-selling crossover

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Next-gen Nissan Rogue Sport spied testing through trees

The redesigned baby Rogue/Qashqai has been spotted for the first time

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Nissan NV vans appear to be on the chopping block

The NV Cargo, Passenger and NV200 could all be discontinued in the U.S.

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Japan may veto Lebanon's IMF bailout until officials agree to deport Ghosn

Lebanon's public debt hovers in the vicinity of $90 billion

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Infiniti to move forward with 'Nissan-plus' strategy for its future cars

New Infiniti products are coming, but how much longer will we wait?

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2020 Nissan Kicks Luggage Test | All you realistically need

Tons of space for weekend getaways despite the small exterior and low price

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