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5 Apr 2019
The re-arrest of fallen Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has cut short his brief freedom. And now, back in a Tokyo cell, his legal prospects don’t look very good either.
4 Apr 2019
The former Nissan chairman has reportedly been served a fourth arrest warrant based on a new financial misconduct allegation. He had been out on bail awaiting trial for allegedly misusing the carmaker's funds.
9 Mar 2019
A Tokyo court has unexpectedly granted bail to Carlos Ghosn, Nissan's former high-flying chairman. Prosecutors have filed an appeal against the decision, potentially delaying Ghosn's release from detention.
2 Feb 2019
Nissan now faces an SEC probe into remuneration over executive pay.
12 Jan 2019
The Nissan board is expanding its powers in the wake of the Carlos Ghosn arrest for alleged financial wrong doing. The move comes as Japanese prosecutors decide later today whether to escalate the case against him after more than seven weeks.
9 Jan 2019
The cost of Ghosn's arrest to Nissan investors
24 Dec 2018
Nissan's much awaited board meeting wraps up today without a decision on Carlos Ghosn's successor as chairman.
21 Dec 2018
Japanese prosecutors have reportedly added new charges against Carlos Ghosn. The move comes after a court rejected a request to extend the former Nissan chairman's detention over allegations he underreported his income.
10 Dec 2018
The ousted Nissan chairman was also served a new arrest warrant on separate allegations of underreporting his income, according to local media reports. Nissan and another of its former executives were also charged.
26 Nov 2018
The future of the Renault, Nissan, Mitsubishi alliance hangs in the balance as the saga surrounding its chairman Carlos Ghosn enters its second week.
25 Nov 2018
Zuhair Khan, head of research at Jefferies Japan, talks about the dismissal of Carlos Ghosn as Nissan Motor chairman, and what it says about corporate governance in the country.
23 Nov 2018
Christopher Richter, deputy head of Japan research at CLSA, discusses the surprise arrest of Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn, Nissan's shareholder structure and his outlook for the companies involved.

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