• Ghosn Senior Executive Resigns From Nissan a Week After Going on Leave

    5 monthes ago - By Fortune

    One of Nissan Motor Co.'s most senior executives and a close confidant to its jailed chairman, Carlos Ghosn, has resigned from the company one week after taking a leave of absence.
    Jose Munoz, Nissan's chief performance officer, resigned effective immediately, according to a post on his LinkedIn page and a company spokesman. Munoz, 53, had reported directly to Chief Executive Officer Hiroto Saikawa and was responsible for Nissan's overall results and strategy.
    "As the old-time auto executives say, I truly enjoy 'moving the metal' and have always considered myself a man of action. It has...
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