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CARLOS GHOSN

Japan Times
JAPAN
Jan 1, 2020
Japan to seek talks with Lebanon over fugitive Carlos Ghosn
Japan is expected to speak with Lebanon through diplomatic channels about Carlos Ghosn fleeing Tokyo for the Middle East country, says a senior government official.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jan 1, 2020
Ghosn with the wind: Theories abound in ex-Nissan chief's escape debacle
How did Carlos Ghosn do it?
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Jan 1, 2020
Ghosn's escape may see Japan impose stronger bail conditions on defendants
Carlos Ghosn's daring flight from Japan, where he was awaiting trial on charges of financial wrongdoing, has revived global criticism of the nation's "hostage justice" system, but in Japan it is prompting talk of reversing more lenient curbs on defendants.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Dec 31, 2019
With escape to Lebanon, Carlos Ghosn joins ranks of big-hitting white-collar fugitives
Carlos Ghosn's stunning escape from Japan makes him one of the most famous white-collar fugitives in recent years, joining the likes of Malaysian businessman Jho Low and Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Dec 13, 2019
New Nissan CEO vows to improve corporate culture after Ghosn's rule
New Nissan Motor Co. CEO Makoto Uchida vowed Friday to improve the automaker's corporate culture following the two-decade rule of former chairman Carlos Ghosn, who was arrested and ousted over financial misconduct allegations last year.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Dec 10, 2019
Japan regulator to recommend fining Nissan ¥2.4 billion over Carlos Ghosn scandal
The watchdog accused Nissan of violating the law by underreporting Ghosn's pay package by around u00a59.1 billion in the eight years through March 2018 in securities reports.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Dec 4, 2019
New law strengthens independent checks on major firms in Japan
A new law strengthens independent checks on major listed firms by obliging them to have outsiders on their board of directors and make executive compensation more transparent.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Dec 2, 2019
New Nissan chief Makoto Uchida vows to turn around the embattled automaker
A new three-way leadership structure is designed to avoid the mistakes made during the Carlos Ghosn era.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Nov 27, 2019
Carlos Ghosn's wife wants him to go on trial in France, says he won't get a fair hearing in Japan
A year after the dramatic arrest of Carlos Ghosn, his wife, Carole, said the fallen auto titan should face trial in France because he won't be given a fair hearing in Tokyo.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Nov 19, 2019
On Ghosn arrest anniversary, Nissan still in dire need of repairing Renault ties
Nissan Motor Co. has been mostly preoccupied with a management overhaul and infighting with alliance partner Renault SA since the arrest of former boss Carlos Ghosn a year ago, making only limited progress in fixing its battered earnings.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Nov 19, 2019
Carlos Ghosn's strategy: Convince court he's the victim of a conspiracy
A year after his arrest, Carlos Ghosn's strategy to exonerate himself from allegations of fraud and financial wrongdoing is becoming clearer: It's all a conspiracy.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Nov 18, 2019
Takedown: The monumental fall of auto titan Carlos Ghosn
It took two decades for "le cost-cutter" Carlos Ghosn to carve out his three-way automobile empire. But in a matter of days, it was ripped from his grasp.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Nov 12, 2019
Nissan reports 70% profit slump in second quarter and slashes full-year outlook
Nissan, whose financial performance has been in the doldrums for nearly two years, also cut its forecast for operating profit by u00a580 billion for the year through March.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Nov 1, 2019
Nissan names new CFO, shuffles execs ahead of CEO Makoto Uchida's arrival
Nissan Motor Co. unveiled the responsibilities of its new top managers, appointing a new chief financial officer and making other executive moves as the automaker seeks to turn a new page almost a year since the arrest of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Oct 29, 2019
Nissan failed to pay taxes on ¥150 million in alleged faulty business expenses by Carlos Ghosn
Tax authorities have concluded that Nissan Motor Co. failed to pay tax on ¥150 million it had booked as business expenditures in the three years through March 2014, when Carlos Ghosn served as CEO and chairman, sources close to the matter said Tuesday.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Oct 24, 2019
Defense team accuses Tokyo prosecutors of colluding with Nissan and Japan to get Ghosn
The prosecutors, the defense claims, also exploited Japan's new plea bargaining law to obtain false testimony against Ghosn and ignored wrongdoing by other Nissan executives.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Oct 18, 2019
Renault CEO Clotilde Delbos signals strategy reset to get carmaker back on track
Within a week of taking the helm, Renault SA interim Chief Executive Officer Clotilde Delbos called into question the strategic road map that had been meant to carry the French carmaker through 2022.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Oct 14, 2019
Former Nissan CEO Ghosn's wife Carole criticizes France for failing to help husband more
Former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn's wife, Carole, expressed frustration that France has not done more to help her husband, who is also the former head of Renault SA, who's still awaiting trial in Japan almost one year after his shock arrest on charges of financial misconduct.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Oct 11, 2019
Clotilde Delbos takes helm at Renault after board votes to replace CEO Thierry Bollore
Renault SA appointed Clotilde Delbos interim chief executive officer after ousting CEO Thierry Bollore, as the French carmaker seeks to turn the page on the Carlos Ghosn era.
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Oct 11, 2019
Nissan's leaders will be put to test
Can the automaker's new leaders reverse its flagging fortunes?

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