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As head of a desperate Nissan, Hanawa knew where he stood

If Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne is tempted to revive his push to acquire — I’m sorry, merge with (cough, cough) — General Motors, he might do well to consider the tale of Yoshikazu Hanawa. Hanawa, who died this month at the age of 81, was the Nissan CEO who essentially sold control of the automaker to Renault. Renault hadn’t ... Read More »