Attorney Junichiro Hironaka revealed Carlos Ghosn’s defense team would ask the court later in the day to grant a meeting with his wife, Carole Ghosn.
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Nissan Motor Co., trying to rebuild its tarnished reputation over failed corporate governance following the criminal investigation of two former executives, cut its operating profit outlook by a sharp 28 percent for fiscal 2019 to its lowest in a decade. At a news conference Tuesday ...
As Emperor Naruhito assumed his new role Wednesday, people on the streets of Japan expressed hope that he will continue the legacy of peace shaped by his father.
The rate of bail approval increased from roughly 15 percent in 2007 to about 32 percent in 2017, according to the Japan Bail Support Association.
The court made the decision partly because it determined there was no risk of evidence tampering, legal experts have said.
The Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office on Monday indicted former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn for a fourth time, this charge for allegedly misappropriating the company's money for personal use — an accusation described by legal experts as the most serious brought against ...
Carlos Ghosn’s wife, Carole, assumes a starring role in the former Nissan Motor Co. chairman’s defense and becomes his chief spokeswoman as well as appealing to both the public and politicians on his behalf.
A top OECD official says the scheduled consumption tax hike to 10 percent this fall is “essential” to ensure Japan’s fiscal sustainability.
“This is about a plot. This is about conspiracies. This is about backstabbing,” the former Nissan Motor Co. chairman says in the highly anticipated video, recorded April 3.
In a statement released to media outlets shortly after the development was reported, Ghosn described his latest arrest as “outrageous and arbitrary.”