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Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa said Chairman Carlos Ghosn will be removed from office this week following a months-long internal investigation into financial misdeeds. Ghosn and another Nissan executive, Representative Director Greg Kelly, also face criminal charges in Japan.

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FCA Exec Shuffle Brings Bigland Back to Ram

Mike Manley, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles new chief executive, has realigned his leadership team to appoint Reid Bigland to lead the Ram brand of trucks and vans. Bigland returns to a role he held in 2013 and 2014, when the brand saw a nearly 50% growth in sales.

Ford Creates Commercial Vehicle Product Team

Ford Motor Co. is creating a specialized team to make its commercial vehicles more responsive to fleet needs, as part of a new organization that will help make its product lines more innovative, called Enterprise Product Line Management that will be led by Jim Baumbick.

Sergio Marchionne, Who Turned Around Fiat Chrysler, Dies

Sergio Marchionne, who restored Fiat Chrysler to financial health after its 2009 bankruptcy, has died after he was forced to leave his post as chief executive last week due to medical complications from a surgery. He was 66.

FCA Elevates Ram Truck Head to CEO

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has named Ram truck and Jeep head Michael Manley as its chief executive officer, after medical complications forced Sergio Marchionne to step away.

Bill Ford Reaffirms Shift Away From Sedans

Ford Motor Co. Chairman Bill Ford sought to reassure investors today that the company's decision to discontinue several of its sedans isn't a retreat but would instead help reshape the company's lineup.

GM Replaces Cadillac Head de Nysschen

General Motors has replaced the head of its Cadillac division, naming Steve Carlisle to replace Johan de Nysschen, who is leaving the company immediately.

Kia's COO Sprague to Depart

Michael Sprague, a former Ford marketing executive, has left his role as chief operating officer of Kia Motors America after nearly a decade with the Korean automaker.

Subaru Promotes Doll to Lead North America

Subaru of America has named Thomas Doll to lead its North American business, following the departure of Tomomi Nakamura, who has become president of Subaru Corp. in Japan.

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