Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced first-half fiscal year financial results for the six-month period ending September 30, 2015. Nissan reported sharply increased operating profit and solid revenue growth. Strong demand for new products in North America and Western Europe, combined with the benefits of continued cost discipline and the yen correction against the US dollar, offset declining market conditions in Japan and several emerging markets.
The catalyst for the start of the Nissan Foundation in 1992 was a crisis: three weeks of violent civil unrest that occurred near the headquarters for Nissan’s U.S. sales operations in Southern California. The Foundation was created to support solutions to conflicts and foster greater understanding among people from different racial or ethnic backgrounds.
Nissan Motor Company, Ltd. today announced that Jonathan Adashek will be appointed to Global Vice President of Communications and Chief Communications Officer effective September 30. He will be based at the company's headquarters in Yokohama, Japan.
"Today, Nissan is reporting solid financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2015 against a mixed backdrop for the global economy, and a varied performance in the different regions in which we operate."
As Nissan North America focuses on improving employee engagement and alignment during a period of rapid growth, the company has promoted Brian Brockman to director, Internal Communications, effective immediately.
The all-new 2015 Nissan Murano, which was introduced to near universal acclaim in December 2014, has added another prestigious award to its trophy case – a "Best Crossover" in the Parents magazine and Edmunds.com annual listing of the "10 Best Family Cars."
Nissan Motor Co. today announced that Daniele Schillaci, most recently a top sales and marketing executive at Toyota Motor Company's European region, will assume the duties as global head of marketing and sales beginning July 15, 2015.