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Johan de Nysschen built Audi into a powerhouse. Can he do it again for Nissan?
By Doron Levin
FORTUNE -- When CEO Carlos Ghosn hired Johan de Nysschen a year ago to rebuild Nissan's Infiniti franchise, he was recruiting someone who had learned a top luxury franchise's playbook backwards and forwards.
De Nysschen cut his teeth at Audi, leading Volkswagen's luxury brand in the U.S. to a status with consumers not reached MOREAug 7, 2013 12:03 PM ET
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