Friday morning car news roundup, February 24, 2017

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Thursday morning car news roundup, February 23, 2017

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Carlos Ghosn Hands Over The Rudder, Becomes Admired Admiral

This morning, the expected happened: Serial CEO Carlos Ghosn handed the wheel of Nissan to Hiroto Saikawa, and said “You are in charge. This way, please.” As of April 1, the beginning of the new fiscal year in Japan, Saikawa will be sole CEO of Nissan. Ghosn will not step down, he will retain the loftier chairman job he long had. Actually, it looks like Ghosn might get comfortable with being a serial chairman.

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Wednesday morning car news roundup, February 22, 2017

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Audi Engineer Had Smoking Dieselgate Gun In His Safe, Pulls It In Court

A document, locked up in the safe of an Audi engineer for years, could be explosive enough to blow away Audi CEO Rupert Stadler. It could destroy Audi’s fortunes in China, and with that a major source of Volkswagen’s cash. In a German court, the … [Continue reading]

Tuesday morning car news roundup, February 21, 2017

Top News: UK union to seek assurances over jobs, plants from PSA chief on Friday - Reuters: The head of Britain's biggest trade union Unite said on Tuesday he will seek assurances from the chief executive of PSA Carlos Tavares that it will … [Continue reading]

Monday morning car news roundup, February 20, 2017

Top News: Merkel constantly being updated on progress of Opel talks - spokesman - Reuters: Chancellor Angela Merkel is constantly being updated about the progress in talks between the German government and management of Peugeot and General … [Continue reading]

Audi Engineer Airs The So Far Dirtiest Laundry Of The Dieselgate Scandal. Stadler Soiled

A case brought to a German labor court could end the career of Audi CEO Rupert Stadler. Testimonies place Stadler at the center of Volkswagen’s dieselgate scandal. Documents presented in court describe the motive for the emission fraud: Without … [Continue reading]