Rescuing car companies is a risky business and no one seems to understand that better than Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s Chief Operating Officer Carlos Ghosn, who is laying his job on the line to achieve his goals. In a recent interview with Ward's, Mr. Ghosn — the former financial savior at Renault SA sent to Nissan last year after the French automaker bought 36.8% of the Japanese car company — discusses his three-year plan to drive Nissan back to profitability. Not surprisingly, there will ...
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