Honda promotes execs for U.S. sales, operations
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Honda promotes execs for U.S. sales, operations

LOS ANGELES — Corporate changes at Honda Motor Co. are not only happening in Japan with a new CEO announced Friday, but also at the company’s U.S. headquarters in California with a new vice president
Honda CEO Hachigo to step down, be replaced by R&D chief Mibe
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Honda CEO Hachigo to step down, be replaced by R&D chief Mibe

TOKYO — Honda said CEO Takahiro Hachigo will step down and will be succeeded by Toshihiro Mibe, the head of the automaker’s research and development arm, on April 1. Hachigo will remain
Men charged in Ghosn escape ask State Department to halt extradition
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Men charged in Ghosn escape ask State Department to halt extradition

WASHINGTON — An American father and son accused of helping former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn flee while awaiting trial on financial misconduct charges have asked Secretary of State Antony
Honda to appoint R&D chief as new CEO, report says
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Honda to appoint R&D chief as new CEO, report says

TOKYO — Honda Motor Co. will name Toshihiro Mibe, head of the its R&D arm, as new CEO, two people with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters. Japan’s second-biggest automaker by
Jaguar Land Rover owner Tata names former Daimler exec CEO
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Jaguar Land Rover owner Tata names former Daimler exec CEO

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U.S. Supreme Court rejects bid by Ghosn’s rescuers to avoid extradition
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U.S. Supreme Court rejects bid by Ghosn’s rescuers to avoid extradition

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday cleared the way for the extradition to Japan of an American father and son accused of helping former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn flee that
Ghosn trial figure a portrait of conflict
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Ghosn trial figure a portrait of conflict

Listening to Nada tell his story to the presiding judge are Kelly and his legal team. Kelly, 64, was a Tennessee executive who rose through Nissan as Ghosn worked around the world to spur growth and prosperity
Ex-NIADA leader Gabler sentenced to 51 months in fraud case
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Ex-NIADA leader Gabler sentenced to 51 months in fraud case

A former dealership owner and past president of the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association was sentenced Thursday for his role in a four-year fraud scheme. Andrew Gabler, 52, of Erie County,
U.S. court clears way for extradition to Japan of Ghosn’s accused escape plotters
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U.S. court clears way for extradition to Japan of Ghosn’s accused escape plotters

BOSTON — A U.S. appeals court on Thursday declined to further delay the extradition to Japan of two men charged with helping former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn flee the country. The order
UAW has selected 3 candidates for independent U.S. monitor
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UAW has selected 3 candidates for independent U.S. monitor

DETROIT — UAW President Rory Gamble said the union has completed its search weeks ahead of schedule for three candidates for the role of independent monitor as part of its U.S. consent decree. The decree,
CEO steered Marelli through the crisis of 2020
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CEO steered Marelli through the crisis of 2020

Marelli was created in 2019 after Fiat Chrysler Automobiles sold its parts unit, Magneti Marelli, to Japan’s Calsonic Kansei in a $6.5 billion deal. The supplier was in the midst of melding different
Daimler’s Kallenius goes bold in biggest shake-up since Chrysler sale
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Daimler’s Kallenius goes bold in biggest shake-up since Chrysler sale

Daimler’s Ola Kallenius is making a dramatic move to win over investors who have knocked the automaker for keeping its luxury-car and commercial-vehicle operations under one roof. The Mercedes-Benz
N.Y. money manager with dealership investments charged in $1.8B Ponzi-like fraud
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N.Y. money manager with dealership investments charged in $1.8B Ponzi-like fraud

NEW YORK — The head of a New York money manager that holds a controlling stake in the nation’s 11th-largest auto dealership group was criminally charged along with two associates on Thursday
NIADA adds senior staff from Transportation Department, J.D. Power to leadership team
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NIADA adds senior staff from Transportation Department, J.D. Power to leadership team

The National Independent Automobile Dealers Association has named a former senior-level staff member from the U.S. Department of Transportation and a former director of J.D. Power to its leadership team. The
Ferrari’s CEO search list said to include Gucci, Valentino bosses
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Ferrari’s CEO search list said to include Gucci, Valentino bosses

Ferrari Chairman and Agnelli family scion John Elkann may reveal the type of person he thinks should lead the supercar maker on Tuesday. Elkann — who as interim CEO will unveil Ferrari’s
Ford Canada names Bev Goodman new CEO; Dean Stoneley promoted to new truck position
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Ford Canada names Bev Goodman new CEO; Dean Stoneley promoted to new truck position

Ford Canada has named 25-year veteran executive Bev Goodman, president and CEO, effective immediately. She replaces Dean Stoneley, who will be appointed to the newly created position of general manager,
GM taps Doneen McDowell to lead N.A. labor relations; Scott Sandefur to retire
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GM taps Doneen McDowell to lead N.A. labor relations; Scott Sandefur to retire

DETROIT — General Motors has tapped Doneen McDowell to lead labor relations in North America as GM transitions to an all-electric lineup. She replaces Scott Sandefur, who is taking on the new role of
Dave Power III made customers’ opinions heard at the top
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Dave Power III made customers’ opinions heard at the top

Power’s research, often critical of the Detroit 3, wasn’t always welcomed. He was booed at a 1980 auto industry conference in Detroit when he described his ways of measuring new-vehicle defects.
Aston Martin adds former Ford execs to board
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Aston Martin adds former Ford execs to board

LONDON — Aston Martin has strengthened its board with the addition of ex-Ford Motor Co. global product chief Richard Parry-Jones and former McLaren CEO Antony Sheriff, the company said in a regulatory
U.S. judge allows extradition of 2 men accused of aiding Ghosn escape
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U.S. judge allows extradition of 2 men accused of aiding Ghosn escape

BOSTON —  A U.S. judge on Thursday rejected a last-ditch effort by two men to avoid being extradited to Japan to face charges they helped former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn flee the
FCA to plead guilty, pay $30M fine to resolve U.S. criminal labor probe
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FCA to plead guilty, pay $30M fine to resolve U.S. criminal labor probe

Fiat Chrysler’s U.S. unit reached an agreement to settle a criminal probe by U.S. prosecutors into conduct of some former employees tied to the ongoing UAW corruption scandal. FCA US, which is
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