Nissan : His Majesty King Felipe Vi Of Spain Receives Carlos Ghosn

Nissan : His Majesty King Felipe VI of Spain receives Carlos GhosnCarlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, met today with His Majesty King Felipe VI of Spain, at the Albéniz Palace in Barcelona, where they discussed the state of today's global automotive market, as well as Renault's future prospects in Spain. José Vicente de los Mozos, member of Renault's Executive Committee, Executive Vice President of Manufacturing & Supply-Chain, and CEO of Renault Spain, also took part in the meeting.

Video : Q&a With Carlos Ghosn, President And Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Detroit 2015

VIDEO : Q&A with Carlos Ghosn, President and Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Detroit 2015Q1: What are your key corporate priorities in the New Year of 2015, and what do you think will be Nissan's biggest challenge?
Ghosn: The corporate strategies for 2015 are going to be the same than as in 2014. There is no change. We just need to bring our performance higher on over-all opinion, still a very important objective.

Nissan : Carlos Ghosn At The Harvard Business School Club Of New York

Nissan : Carlos Ghosn at the Harvard Business School Club of New YorkIn mid-November, Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn was interviewed at the Harvard Business School Club of New York. The interview, conducted by veteran journalist Maria Bartiromo of the Fox Business Network, covered a wide range of topics, including the need for companies to embrace diversity, the threat of climate change and the Alliance's commitment to zero-emissions vehicles and sustainability.

'we Are Getting There' On Making Nissan Leaf Profitable Says Ceo Carlos Ghosn

Nissan celebrates with more than 60,000 U.S. LEAF owners during "National Drive Electric Week"After 19 months in a row of record sales in the US, the money picture for the Nissan Leaf is steadily improving. To date (well, until the end of September), Nissan has sold 63,944 Leaf EVs in the US and a total of around 140,000 globally. The company produces the electric vehicle in three countries: Japan, the UK and the US and has sold more standard passenger EVs than any other automaker. Add all that up and you get to an EV that is just about to be profitable.