TOKYO — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. gives more control to President Carlos Ghosn by appointing him chief executive officer. Ghosn, named chief operating officer in 1999 and later named president in June 2000, replaces Yoshikazu Hanakawa. Hanakawa will remain chairman, Nissan says. Ghosn's promotion to the top spot is a resounding endorsement of the Nissan Revival Plan he orchestrated. The Brazilian-born Ghosn was brought to Nissan from Renault SA, which owns a controlling share of Nissan, to ...
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