As retailers around seek ways to make it easier to shop seamlessly without touching anything, MTG in Japan is betting its technology can rule them all.
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Amid the coronavirus pandemic, more young people are taking an interest in the cars, drawn by their ability to handle all sorts of outdoor terrain.
The expects its cargo unit to receive a boost this year as planes loaded with semiconductors help accelerate deliveries to automakers and consumer-electronics manufacturers.
With Japan’s government pushing to ban sales of gasoline-only cars by the mid-2030s, Tesla’s recent price cut is putting Japan’s automakers on notice for a potential price war.
About 800 contract workers will become full-time employees from April, as the firm looks also to abolish its system of hiring contract staff.
The carrier should stick to a philosophy of preserving jobs and keeping workers happy, former assistant chairman Yoshihito Ohta says.
Nissan is exploring ways to sell some or all of its 34% stake in Mitsubishi Motors.
CEO Makoto Uchida promised to unveil a turnaround plan in May, on top of cutting more than 12,500 jobs amid decade-low profits and management turmoil caused by Carlos Ghosn’s 2018 arrest.
Hiroto Saikawa's tone bordered on defiant on Sept. 8 when discussing his future as chief executive officer of Nissan Motor Co. He accepted responsibility for the Carlos Ghosn scandals and said he'd resign after a successor was found, but he wasn't taking the fall ...
Nissan Motor Co. overpaid other executives in addition to its chief executive officer, according to people with knowledge of the matter, among them Senior Vice President Hari Nada, a key figure in the downfall of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn. CEO Hiroto Saikawa told reporters on ...