Carlos Ghosn saga

Corporate intrigue surrounds the arrest and dismissal in Japan of Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, a legend in the carmaking industry. Full coverage of the ongoing saga, with news and analysis

Partnership should keep eyes on road, not Ghosn, and integrate ahead of self-drive era

Nissan ex-boss’s construction worker outfit a potential blunder in public relations campaign

Stage set for blockbuster trial of former chairman of Japanese carmaker Nissan

Tokyo prosecutors lose appeal after former Nissan chief granted bail

Legal team optimistic former Nissan chairman will be released on bail soon

Staff took rare step of invoking prime minister Abe as they fought Ghosn’s merger with Renault

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Ex-chairman accuses Japanese group of seeking to block deeper integration at alliance

His prosecution stands in contrast to the handling of other corporate scandals

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Jean-Dominique Senard seen as polar opposite to hard-charging former chairman

Thierry Bolloré to be chief executive and Jean-Dominique Senard will become chairman

Chief executive said to be preparing his exit after jail release hopes are dashed

Ousted Nissan chief executive had offered to be electronically tagged

Paris eyes leadership change as Mitsubishi, Nissan allege €7.8m in improper payments

Ousted Nissan chief proposes posting shares as collateral and surrendering passport

Decisive action on Ghosn’s role should shore up Renault-Nissan relations

Former Nissan chairman’s court appearance highlights need for reforms

Former Nissan chief hit by new counts of misleading investors and abusing his position

Lawyers warn he faces another 6 months in jail despite emotional court testimony

Much-cited symbiotic entwinement of state and big business has often failed to protect its own

Paris officials have gone to Tokyo to discuss chief’s future after bail request was rejected

Ousted Nissan chief’s legal team to appeal decision which means he will remain in prison

Former Nissan chairman denies charges in emotional testimony before packed court

Investigation embroils 2 allies of ousted chairman ahead of his first court appearance

Lawyers for the Renault boss will ask for a justification of his detention next week

Tokyo court rejects appeal by prosecutors to keep Carlos Ghosn’s key lieutenant in custody

Prosecutors bring new charges of aggravated breach of trust 

Company has failed to draw up clear plan in wake of Ghosn’s spectacular downfall

Former loyalist Hari Nada played a vital role when Japanese carmaker opened its inquiry

Ousted Nissan chairman and aide Greg Kelly could be released on bail before Christmas

Lawyer to Greg Kelly, ousted chairman’s aide, says there was no formal agreement on deferred pay

Action throws spotlight on future of company’s chief executive Hiroto Saikawa

Carmaker cites ‘high likelihood of evidence being removed or destroyed’

Finding a way forward without Ghosn’s steering hand will be a big test for the partnership

Japan’s transparency rules had opposite effect at Nissan

Motonari Otsuru is helping deposed Nissan boss navigate tough Japanese justice

Carmaker’s board failed to constrain the charismatic chief executive

Alliance under heavy strain as frustration deepens in France at lack of information

The chairman’s arrest has exposed tensions in the alliance between the French and Japanese carmakers

Carmaker’s former chairman could be re-arrested and face lengthier detention in Japan

Less has been lost than might first appear

Theories swirl around markets about detention of car boss