Executives

Another 10%: Nissan hits goal on female managers

Nissan has achieved yet another numerical goal set by its former CEO Carlos Ghosn, this time on gender diversity.


Detroit execs see no breakthrough in Japan

Despite President Donald Trump's tough talk on trade with Japan, Detroit automakers see no path to higher sales there, even with a negotiated breakthrough.

| UPDATED: 4/21/17 12:03 pm ET - adds hearing conclusion

Mazda names chief marketing officer for U.S.

Mazda North American Operations appointed Dino Bernacchi to its newly created chief marketing officer position for U.S. operations.

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O'Reilly dump gets customer feedback

Just 10 days after advertisers -- led by prominent automakers -- began pulling advertising from Bill O'Reilly's TV show in the midst of a sexual harassment controversy, the Fox News host was ousted last week after more than 20 years on the network.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
CEO should be championing tech

It is very irresponsible of AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson to not give supportive facts of his positions when it comes to achieving a 55 mpg fuel consumption target, a reader writes.


After sell-off, Thyssen pivots to North America

In this Q&A, Patrick Bass, CEO of ThyssenKrupp North America Inc., and Earl Kansier, chief of ThyssenKrupp's North American Components Technology division, discuss the company's strategy for a region it views as a growth market.

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