Carlos Ghosn: From Private Jet to 108 Days in Jail to His Rearrest
Carlos Ghosn, former chairman of Nissan Motor Co., sits in a taxi as he leaves his lawyer’s office in Tokyo, Japan. (Photographer: Toru Hanai/Bloomberg)

Carlos Ghosn: From Private Jet to 108 Days in Jail to His Rearrest

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(Bloomberg) -- Carlos Ghosn’s sudden arrest on Nov. 19 in Tokyo and his fall from the apex of the automotive world was stunning. The deposed executive, accused of crimes ranging from falsifying doc...
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