Nissan to Hold First Post-Ghosn Annual Shareholders' Meeting
Nissan Motor Co. shareholders will vote in a new board and director committees Tuesday in the first annual shareholders' meeting in the post-Carlos Ghosn era. The results will shape the company's troubled relationship with Renault SA and may impac...
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