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Carlos Ghosn

26 Jun
Former Nissan boss and international fugitive Carlos Ghosn abruptly stopped an interview with DW's Conflict Zone, arguing "bad faith" by host Tim Sebastian.
11 Jan 2020
The head of the Renault-Nissan alliance of carmakers Carlos Ghosn was one of the most powerful people in the business world. In little over a year he went from feted CEO to fugitive. Here's how it happened.
11 Jan 2020
Carlos Ghosn speaks to FRANCE 24 in Beirut
11 Jan 2020
Japan has defended the legal proceedings against Carlos Ghosn, the ex-Nissan chief who recently fled to Lebanon. However, some Japanese experts have criticized the prosecutors' methods. Martin Fritz reports from Tokyo.
10 Jan 2020
'I was scared to stay in Japan', Carlos Ghosn tells FRANCE 24
7 Jan 2020
Tokyo prosecutors on Tuesday issued an arrest warrant for Carole Ghosn, the wife of former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn, for perjury, Japanese media reported.
2 Jan 2020
Turkish investigators are questioning seven people in relation to ex-Nissan CEO Ghosn reportedly landing in Istanbul before heading to Lebanon. His presence was not registered to the proper authorities.
1 Jan 2020
Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn's main lawyer says he is "dumbfounded" by the news of his client's sudden departure from Japan, where he was out on bail ahead of a trial for financial misconduct.
31 Dec 2019
Former Renault and Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has skipped bail in Japan and fled to Lebanon. The businessman is facing graft charges which his lawyers dismiss as a conspiracy.
11 May 2019
Party like a King: Carlos Ghosn's Versailles gala video raises eyebrows.
25 Apr 2019
Carlos Ghosn has been released on bail after a Tokyo court rejected a prosecutor's appeal. The embattled former executive has been in detention since early April.
24 Apr 2019
A Japanese court confirming that Carlos Ghosn will be granted bail of 500-Million yen and may be released as early as today.

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