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Renault-Nissan alliance board could be divided over Ghosn's fate

Carlos Ghosn's surprise arrest on allegations of financial misconduct has left Renault-Nissan car alliance board members in a bind over his future, with board members in Japan divided over whether to dismiss him as chairman and the French side...

How Ghosn's reported compensation compares with his peers

During his time at the helm of Nissan, Carlos Ghosn earned a lot more than his Japanese peers -- but not nearly as much as other global auto leaders.

California dealers ask Ford to end anti-dualing policy on Lincoln stores

The California New Car Dealers Association is asking Ford CEO Jim Hackett to cease anti-dualing policies in California that could affect about 33 dual Ford-Lincoln dealers in the state.

Why Wells Fargo is fighting to leave older claims out of its auto payout plan

Wells Fargo is fighting to shut some customers out of a sweeping plan to compensate around 600,000 drivers it pushed into car insurance they did not need, according to court documents.

Lenders find ways to adapt as technology evolves

Lenders are working to adapt to an auto retail and auto finance model largely driven by technology, some with operational adjustments and others with fintech partnerships.