Carlos Ghosn exit

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

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

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

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Denouncing former chairman Carlos Ghosn comes as shock to carmaker’s staff

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