/

Browse ceo articles

Aston Martin taps Nissan boss Andy Palmer as new CEO


Following a Financial Times report that the Japanese automaker’s executive has moved from Nissan to Britain’s 101-year-old sports carmaker – Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. released a statement confirming the appointment. The Renault Nissan alliance could be shaken by the latest auto industry moves –in July its premium brand Infiniti also lost its chief, Johan de Nysschen, to General Motors’ Cadillac brand. The ...
Read more

related more
spacer
spacer

More ceo articles

[Video] GM CEO Mary Barra joins the ice bucket challenge frenzy
The idea of pouring really cold water onto themselves to raise both money and awareness for the fight against the ALS disease has taken Detroit by storm. Two of the Big ...
GM CEO sends letters to 1.9 million car owners involved with ignition switch recall
Mary Barra, the chief executive of the US automaker, has recently signed letters sent this month to 1.9 million owners of cars that are involved in February’s recall of 2.6 ...
Volvo CEO bets all on new XC90
Even if the Swedish automaker enjoys a healthy growth in the world’s largest auto market – China – the global situation is not actually painted in shades of pink. The company ...
FCA CEO completely rules out VW tie-up
The newly formed Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has already seen its first big rumor – a reported tie-up with the world’s second largest automaker – the Volkswagen Group. Although some investors pondered ...
Report – VW CEO to talk to workers about cost cutting measures
Martin Winterkorn, the chief executive of VW AG, is scheduled to address the staff at a closed meeting at VW's main plant in Wolfsburg, Germany, according to people with knowledge ...
Ghosn skeptic of Japanese prime minister drive towards women in top jobs
Carlos Ghosn, the CEO of Nissan Motor and the best-paid company executive in Japan, is worried about Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's effort to promote women in the country’s top ...
Delphi’s CEO says ignition switch flaw is GM’s responsibility
During the fourth Congressional hearing in relation to GM’s safety debacle over the ignition switch issue, the CEO of the auto parts supplier responsible for the production of the part ...
CEO defends GM as Senators question her again
GM’s CEO, Mary Barra, the first woman to have secured such a high automotive position, came under fire on Capitol Hill for the fourth time. The hearing was in relation ...
Senate to question GM’s senior counselor and Delphi’s CEO
The US Congress hearing set to debut later today will have new key figures to ask the burning questions about GM’s mishandling of a 2.6 million cars recall that led ...

latest automotive news
Alonso responds to rumours about future
Sep.2 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Fernando Alonso has responded to speculation he could be about to turn his back on Ferrari. The Spaniard's ...
VW sales in India serve as warning for other European carmakers
With sales more than doubling in 2011 for Volkswagen in India, it looked like the automaker’s plan was going in ...
French car sales drop in August
The main automotive industry association in France announced this Monday that the country's car sales slid 3% in August, considered ...
Report – Alfa Romeo gets ready for massive production
Alfa Romeo has begun developing three new models seen as key elements to the auto brand’s turnaround. The triple move ...
Rich tech gurus and their sweet rides
The Silicon Valley force is also showed in the parking lot. Yes, no matter how smart, powerful or wealthy, nothing ...
Privately owned cars could disappear from Helsinki
A number of cities around the world are taking steps to reduce or limit the growth of privately owned vehicles ...
Super material could dramatically increase Tesla cars range
The highly coveted luxury electric sedan from Tesla – the Model S – boasts an impressive range for the segment ...
Tesla’ s 5 states bid high for its new battery factory
Tesla has been long planning the $5 billion plant to make batteries for its new generation of electric cars. The ...
Peugeot to cut jobs at its Sochaux plant
PSA Peugeot Citroen will cut 300 jobs at its Sochaux factory in eastern France because it wants to reduce the ...
Report – Thailand to approve Volkswagen factory
According to a German newspaper's report, Thailand is set to give the green light to the construction of a Volkswagen ...
China will not force foreign car parts makers to form local joint ventures
The European trade body in China said the Beijing government does not plan to force foreign auto parts suppliers to ...
Spanish car sales up 14% in August
Sales of new cars in Spain have gone up 14% in August to 45,355 units. The advance represents the 12th ...
BMW plans six front-wheel drive models by 2017
The new UKL1 MINI platform is also used to underpin new models from the BMW brand. Because of cost cutting, ...
Aston Martin taps Nissan boss Andy Palmer as new CEO
Following a Financial Times report that the Japanese automaker’s executive has moved from Nissan to Britain’s 101-year-old sports carmaker – ...
[Video] Cristiano Ronaldo shoots footballs at Jenson Button’s McLaren 650s
Famous football (soccer if you live in the US) star player Cristiano Ronaldo and equally famous Formula One driver Jenson ...
[Video] BMW Welt gets promoted via marriage proposal
Fore sure you heard about the BMW Welt complex in Munich – after all it’s the No.1 tourist attraction in ...
Maserati Levante mule caught on the streets
The Maserati Levante SUV has been finally caught on the streets – cleverly disguised under the body of the Ghibli ...
McLaren MP4-12C lives on with DMC’s Velocita Wind Edition
The oddly named MP4-12C signaled the fabled return of the British sports producer and Formula 1 expert to road going ...