The Taylors’ case in Tokyo is the latest addition to multiple legal proceedings around the world left in Ghosn’s wake.
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The struggle to release new models amid a global shortage of automotive chips is one that automakers worldwide are facing, but the issue is particularly acute for Nissan.
Via the tie-up, the firms will offer forklifts that can rove around a warehouse in California, controlled by workers sitting at a desk a continent away.
On the other side, Japan's other automakers remain mired in a morass of factory closures due to the global shortage.
Shigenobu Nagamori is stepping down almost half a century after founding his pioneering motor maker on the family farm.
The auto sector and chip manufacturing are among top export categories for the world’s third-largest economy.
The technology giant has been creating waves as it approaches a wide range of automakers that are seen as potential contenders for a vehicle partnership.
Panasonic is embarking on a corporate revamp that will usher in automotive business head Yuki Kusumi as CEO from April.
Even so, the Japanese automaker isn't rushing to join a stampede into battery-powered trucks, the executive said, citing low demand.
The government clinched a much-needed symbolic victory in its prosecution of Carlos Ghosn with the successful extradition of two Americans accused of helping the ex-chairman of Nissan Motor Co. escape trial over a year ago. Michael Taylor, 60, and Peter Taylor landed at Narita International ...