Nissan board meets to discuss new CEO
08 October 2019 | 12:46 pm
Nissan Motor Co.’s board meets on Tuesday with just a few weeks to go until the Japanese automaker’s self-imposed deadline to find a new chief executive officer. At the top of the list are four leading candidates, people with knowledge of the matter said. Reed Stevenson reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
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