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    Nissan Motor Co. v Nissan Computer Corp.

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    Question 1 Nissan Motor Co. would be concerned about the use of the two domain names being used by Nissan Computer Corp for several reasons. Firstly, as the Web has become a major marketing tool, customers and potential customers of Nissan Motor Co. might have difficulties finding their information due to the two domain names currently owned by Nissan Computer Corp. Ultimately this could result in the company losing profits if customers are not able to access their website. Another concern would

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    Nissan Case Study

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    The company that is there to be described by the readers, is actually a world famous car company and it is named as Nissan . It is one of the famous and the oldest car companies of the world. It has created such historical records in car making that nobody could even give a comparison to some of its models. It products are actually the grand or huge vehicles. Not only that but it does also create the cars of the different

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    The History and Current Economics of Nissan

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    The Nissan Motor Company was originally founded as Kwaishinsha Company in 1911. Its first car, the DAT car, was released in 1914 named after its founders Kenjiro Den, Rokuro Aoyama, Meitaro Takeuchi last names, creating an acronym using the first letter from each. In 1921 Kwaishinsha Company merged with Jitsuyo Jidosha Co. under the name of DAT Automobile Manufacturing Co. Ltd. Ten years later DAT created the first Datsun cara few years before control was taken by Nissan (Funding Universe). After

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    Nissan Leaf: First Electrical Car

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    car industry and Nissan was responsible for launching this innovative car known as the Nissan Leaf (“Nissan Product Information”). According to business reporter Michael Strong, Nissan Motor Company’s CEO Carlos Ghosn previously set a goal of selling 1.5 million electric vehicles by the year 2016. However, in 2013, Ghosn announced that it is very likely that Nissan will not reach this goal. He believes this may be achieved four or five years later than expected. Ghosn and Nissan Motor Corporation

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    The Global Leadership of Carlos Ghosn at Nissan In 1999, the Nissan was suffering under a decade of decline and unprofitability, in fact the company was on the verge of bankruptcy, with continuous loses for the past eight years resulting in debts of approx. $22 billion. Elements impacting Nissan’s performance prior to the global alliance with Renault Internal factors: Emphasis on short-term market share growth instead of a long term success strategy; Advanced engineering and technology, plant

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    Nissan Maxima Case Study

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    If you're looking for a midsize luxury sedan without the luxury price tag, you may consider the 2014 Nissan Maxima. Starting at $31,290, the Maxima boasts features and amenities that match those of vehicles with much higher price tags. Updates to the car for 2014 include rearview camera, USB connectivity and a seven-inch color monitor, as well as a new value trim level. And although the Maxima was introduced in the United States way back in 1981, it still feels fresh. The current version was redesigned

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    Nissan and Ghosn: Case Study Recommendation

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    equity in the Japanese automaker Nissan. As part of this bailout, Nissan borrowed Carlos Ghosn from Renault to become their first non-Japanese Chief Operating Officer (COO). To turnaround an unprofitable company, Ghosn imposed new management ideas despite deeply anchored Japanese business practices and culture. With his leadership, Ghosn lead and motivated Nissan’s employees, and the company became profitable. However, Renault planned for Ghosn to leave Nissan and return as its Chief Executive

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    ROSTRA PRECISION CONTROLS Nissan VSS-from-instrument cluster investigation Executive Summary: On the Nissan Frontier/Titan applications, VSS is obtainable from a single wire in the instrument cluster and the Controller Area Network (CAN). The instrument cluster VSS wire is not always pre-installed because, in this case, it is not part of a safety critical system; it only used for accessories. Inside the instrument cluster, the VSS generating circuit is configured to be a “open collector/drain”

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    issues. Assume you are a business advisor to a court that is hearing an appeal of the Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp. case. In about 200 words, explain why Nissan Motor Co. is so concerned about the use of these two domain names and how a monetary damages judgment of $ 10 million could be justified ( if you do not believe that the monetary damages are justified, explain why). The concern that Nissan Motor Co. has in terms of the two domain names is the basic representation

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    History of Infamous Nissan Skyline Car

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    making for example, than the better the car for the common people, the better. As those companies balance between the people’s needs, there also comes a place for sport cars. So this dates back to 1955, where The Prince Motor Company,(later known as Nissan since 1967), first brought the car into production. The skyline’s performance, styling, and reputation contributed to the great impact of race cars today. Coming from scratch, the car’s performance was ideal for the racing enthusiast. Since the birth

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