Former Nissan Motor Co. director Greg Kelly has been found guilty of helping ex-CEO Carlos Ghosn underreport his compensation, with a Tokyo court giving him a six-month suspended sentence in a decision that draws a line under one of the most shocking corporate takedowns of the past decade.
In a move that’s likely to be welcomed by the U.S., chief Judge Kenji Shimotsu suspended the American’s sentence for three years in his ruling Thursday.
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