Ghosn has been in custody since Nov. 19, accused of financial crimes that could put him behind bars for decades.
Ghosn could be out as soon as Friday if the request for a bail Ghosn’s lawyers is approved.
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Chief Executive Officer Hiroto Saikawa and Toshiyuki Shiga, a former Ghosn confidant among likely successors.
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Carlos Ghosn’s deferred income ballooned over past eight years as he sought to downplay his compensation in front of shareholders.
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