DETROIT — Mike Seergy, vice president and general manager of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd's North American Nissan operations, which includes the U.S., Canada and Mexico, says he is resigning to pursue other opportunities. Insiders say he was frustrated by Nissan executives in Japan second-guessing his judgement and by the inability to run the division the way he saw fit. He has held the position since February 1998, first joining Nissan's Infiniti division in April 1990. Seergy's predecessor, ...
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