DETROIT — Rescuing car companies drowning in red ink is a risky business and no one seems to understand that better than Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s Chief Operating Officer Carlos Ghosn. Ghosn, who wants to stop millions if not billions of dollars flowing from Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., is so confident that he and his Nissan “revival” team have staked their jobs on a financial turnaround at Japan's No.2 automaker by the end of fiscal year 1999-'01. “We don't care if the bottom line (net profit) is ...
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