Nissan will boost its marketing outlays by nearly 60 percent from last year and more than double the dealer sales-volume bonuses to help drive foot traffic at stores and lift dealer profitability, Automotive News reports. The financially embattled automaker is facing rebellion from dealers, some of whom are walking away from the sales incentive program after Nissan decoupled some bonus money from hitting volume-based targets. The incentive program changes, announced to Nissan’s U.S. dealers yesterday, came on the same day Nissan cut its full-year operating profit forecast by 43 percent... Kohl’s will streamline parts of its workforce in a restructuring that will eliminate 250 positions without closing stores or offices, the company says. CNBC reports the retailer will reorganize teams in its merchant division and eliminate a layer of regional store-leadership positions...