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Nissan March US sales rise 13 percent to break record

Nissan’s March sales rose 13 percent to hit a record for any month in its history, a strong sign that U.S. auto sales are continuing to grow despite predictions that they have peaked. The Japanese automaker says it sold 163,559 Nissan and Infiniti models last month, led by the Rogue small SUV. Rogue sales rose 1 percent to nearly 28,000, ...

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Automakers say electrics, hybrids no longer just gas-sippers

When Toyota aired a Super Bowl television ad featuring a surprisingly quick Prius gas-electric hybrid eluding police, it marked a turning point for the auto industry. For years, automakers pushed fuel efficiency to sell hybrid and electric vehicles. Now, in an era of cheap gasoline, the message is: These cars are faster and quieter than their gas-powered counterparts. And, yes, ...

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Nissan releases details of new, half-ton, Canton-built TITAN pickup at Chicago Auto Show

CHICAGO — Now that the all-new flagship XD model of Nissan’s reimagined TITAN family of pickups is on dealer lots, Nissan is turning its attention to the upcoming “standard” (half-ton) version of TITAN at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show with a special photography release. “There’s a strong family resemblance between TITAN XD and the standard TITAN, with their shared rugged exterior style,” ...

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Renault-Nissan to introduce 10 self-driving vehicles by 2020

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — The Renault-Nissan Alliance is entering the race to build autonomous cars with a plan to introduce 10 models capable of temporarily relieving humans of their driving duties on highways and city streets. The road map laid out Thursday calls for Renault-Nissan to gradually phase in the self-driving vehicles in the U.S., Europe, Japan and China as its ...

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GLENN McCULLOUGH — Teamwork: A winning strategy

Economic opportunity can change lives. Promoting Mississippi’s advantages to attract new career opportunities while supporting the expansion of our existing businesses is our primary mission at the Mississippi Development Authority. Three key principles guide us and help ensure Mississippi will continue to cultivate economic opportunities for Mississippi families. First, teamwork is essential to winning new investment projects and helping our ...

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Nissan Canton: A driving force for Mississippi’s economy

By ALAN TURNER Recently, the Mississippi Business Journal had the opportunity to tour Nissan’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Canton, and spend some time talking with Steve Marsh, the new Vice President and Plant Manager. Seeing the plant in full operation is an incredible experience.  Nissan conducts tours on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and they’re pleased to welcome folks of all ages.  ...

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Nissan building 2 houses in Canton with Habitat for Humanity

Special to the MBJ This month, Nissan volunteers are continuing their almost decade-old partnership with Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area by building two houses for two Canton families. Hundreds of volunteers from Nissan are taking part in a seven-day build of two homes being built simultaneously at 628 Coleman Street and 630 Coleman Street in Canton for homeowners Adrienne ...

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State mulling options on extending benefits to same-sex spouses

By TED CARTER Same-sex couples are tying the knot across Mississippi but the state has not yet decided how – or whether – it will extend worker benefits to the same-sex spouses of state employees. The Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration is trying to get a fix on the state’s obligations in the wake of last week’s ruling by ...

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Mississippian Glenn McCullough Jr. gets nod as new MDA chief

By TED CARTER An executive search that never left Mississippi has led to the appointment of Glenn L. McCullough Jr., former mayor of Tupelo and chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority board, as executive director of the Mississippi Development Authority. Speaking to luncheon guests at the Mississippi Economic Council’s annual meeting, Gov. Phil Bryant said he kept the search within ...

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