The continuing divisional saga at Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s North American operations marched on last week with the resignation of Michael Seergy. Apparently frustrated with being second-guessed by Nissan executives in Japan and by the lack of freedom to run the division the way he saw fit, Mr. Seergy, vice president and general manager of the Nissan division for the U.S., Canada and Mexico since February 1998, resigned last week. Mr. Seergy's predecessor, Thomas H. Eastwood, also lasted ...
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