He never saw it coming.
SEC is examining if Nissan’s executive-pay disclosures were accurate and if it had adequate controls to prevent improper payments.
The country’s once-envied government skunk works has set its sights on speeding up the arrival of aerial taxis and trucks.
In two decades astride the global auto industry, Ghosn became one of the most celebrated corporate chieftains of his generation.
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Renault had appointed only an interim leader for Ghosn’s post and asked Nissan to do the same.
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Marchionne had been seriously ill for a year, hospital discloses.