Nissan Motor Co. Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn earned more than $10 million last year, putting him on track to become the best-paid Japan executive for the fourth time in five years.
Global carmakers will face rising demand this year as sales in China and the U.S. expand and Europe starts to grow again, Nissan Motor Co. Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn said.
Nissan Motor Co., Japan’s second- largest carmaker, said Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn is considering stepping down before the company’s next mid-term business plan begins in about five years.
Nissan Motor Co., Japan’s second- biggest carmaker, jumped the most in 11 months in Tokyo trading after reporting profit that exceeded its own forecast and analysts’ estimates.
"He's very ambitious, and I'm very modest."
- Carlos Ghosn on Jul 17, 2014