TOKYO — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Chief Operating Officer Carlos Ghosn is appointed president as part of a sweeping management overhaul at the troubled automaker. Ghosn, a former Renault SA executive, becomes the first-ever non-Japanese president of Japan's No.3 automaker. He will continue to serve as COO, a post he assumed when Renault acquired a controlling 36.8% stake in Nissan last year. The restructuring solidifies Renault's control over Nissan's operations. President and Chairman ...

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