CARLOS GHOSN SCANDAL
Brazil court grants Ghosn access to Rio apartmentDec. 12
Ghosn seen as liability as French president battles elitist imageDec. 12
Nissan poised to widen Ghosn probe to alliance entity, European subsidiariesDec. 12
Nissan is poised to widen its probe into Carlos Ghosn to investigate possible misconduct at its alliance joint venture entity with Renault and a host of subsidiaries, people familiar with the matter said, in a move that could trigger more criminal charges on the former chairman.
Nissan spells out allegations on Ghosn to RenaultDec. 12
Ghosn's appeal to end detention rejected by Tokyo courtDec. 11
Nissan to correct earnings to account for Ghosn's unreported incomeDec. 11
Nissan is said to spell out allegations on Ghosn to RenaultDec. 11
Ghosn, Kelly, Nissan indicted for under-reporting compensationDec. 10
Nissan promised to improve corporate compliance after Tokyo prosecutors indicted former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, close aide Greg Kelly and the automaker itself for allegedly understating Ghosn's compensation.
How Ghosn's legal process could play outDec. 10
Collateral damage in TokyoDec. 10
Nissan seeks to block Ghosn's access to apartment in RioDec. 10
Ghosn ordeal faces landmark day in JapanDec. 9
What happens to Ghosn on Monday?Dec. 7
Nissan recalls more cars, as exec partially blames GhosnDec. 7
Renault said to be near first conclusions in Ghosn probeDec. 7
Nissan to be charged alongside Ghosn in unfolding scandal, report saysDec. 7
Lebanon rallies around Ghosn, even buying him a mattressDec. 5
How Ghosn may have hidden $70 million from NissanDec. 5
Ghosn in jail risks his electric-car vision as Tesla zooms byDec. 5
Nissan committee fails to nominate chairman to succeed Ghosn, reports sayDec. 4
Nissan's independent board members failed to nominate a successor to Carlos Ghosn as chairman in the wake of his arrest and dismissal for alleged financial misconduct, Reuters and Kyodo News reported.
Ghosn could be detained longer on new allegationsDec. 4
New details of Carlos Ghosn's alleged financial misconduct have come to light amid mounting speculation the ousted Nissan chairman could be re-arrested by Japanese prosecutors as investigators probe new allegations.
Ghosn's Tokyo jail no country clubDec. 3
'Business as usual': Diaz isn't letting Ghosn tumult halt Mitsubishi's plansDec. 3
Was Carlos Ghosn sting compliance or coup d'etat?Dec. 2
Ghosn payments were questioned by auditor, report saysNov. 28
Nissan and its auditor discussed the transactions at the heart of allegations of financial misconduct by former chairman Carlos Ghosn, Reuters reported. This contrasts with the automaker's contention that the alleged misreporting of benefits was masterminded by Ghosn and a key lieutenant.
Ghosn denies reports he passed trading losses to NissanNov. 28
Ghosn shifted personal investment losses to Nissan, report saysNov. 27
Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman of Nissan, shifted personal investment losses incurred during the 2008 financial crisis to the automaker to avoid millions of dollars in losses himself, a newspaper reported.
Ghosn's arrest threatens Renault-Nissan alliance with paralysisNov. 27
Renault plans internal audit of Ghosn's compensationNov. 27
HOW THEY GOT GHOSNNov. 26
The call sign on the tail engine, "NI55AN," was a dead give-away of who had just touched down in the sleek corporate jet. Waiting for Carlos Ghosn on the tarmac was a team of black-suited Japanese investigators.
With Ghosn gone, Saikawa gets green light for new direction at NissanNov. 26
The ouster of Carlos Ghosn gives CEO Hiroto Saikawa the green light to accelerate the undoing of his erstwhile mentor's work at Nissan. If it had seemed like the 65-year-old would be a transitional chief, he's now talking more like a transformational one, eager to get the company back on track in Japan and in the U.S.
Nissan seeks curbs on Renault choosing board membersNov. 26
Mitsubishi follows Nissan in ousting Ghosn as chairmanNov. 26
Battle lines within the Nissan boardNov. 26
Ghosn had too much power, Nissan CEO Saikawa tells employeesNov. 26
The deceptively high price of an untangled allianceNov. 25
Without Carlos Ghosn, it might look like the global alliance he built could fall apart. But with platforms, purchasing and plants shared, unwinding Ghosn's creation could do more damage than keeping it together.
Renault-Nissan leaders to meet amid tensions over Ghosn ousterNov. 25
Ghosn denies financial misconduct allegations, report saysNov. 25
Inspection scandal fueled dissatisfactionNov. 24
Arrested Nissan exec says Ghosn paid appropriately, report saysNov. 24
Ghosn exit sets stage for showdown over Renault-Nissan futureNov. 24
Ghosn will be detained for further 10 days, report saysNov. 21
Even after Nissan board showdown, Ghosn may keep director seat -- for nowNov. 21
Nissan's directors vote within a matter of hours on the remarkable move to oust Chairman Carlos Ghosn. But even if they decide to dismiss him, the disgraced executive and his accused co-conspirator might still keep their board seats -- at least for now.
Nissan wants less influence from Renault as Japan seeks to stabilize allianceNov. 21
Japan said it is ready to work for the stability of the Nissan-Renault alliance following the arrest of Chairman Carlos Ghosn, but a Nissan executive said the automaker is seeking ways to weaken the influence of its French partner.
Ghosn fate at alliance divides Nissan as Renault wavers, report saysNov. 21
Carlos Ghosn's surprise arrest on allegations of financial misconduct has left Renault-Nissan car alliance board members in a bind over his future, with board members in Japan divided over whether to dismiss him as chairman and the French side balking at firing their longtime leader outright.
Nissan-Renault rivalry bursts into the open after Ghosn's arrestNov. 21
How Ghosn's reported compensation compares with his peersNov. 21
Renault refrains from ousting Ghosn; names interim leaderNov. 20
Renault's board stopped short of firing embattled CEO Carlos Ghosn who is being detained in Japan for alleged financial improprieties. The board appointed chief operating officer Thierry Bollore as interim leader.
Questions swirl around Ghosn's property dealsNov. 20
Nissan paid "huge sums" for Carlos Ghosn's residences in four cities where there were no business justifications, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported, as questions swirled over what led to the downfall of one of the world's most recognizable executives.
Renault says it remains focused on alliance with Nissan and MitsubishiNov. 20
Renault's board appointed an interim chairman and handed new powers to its chief operating officer to replace embattled boss Carlos Ghosn following his arrest in Japan on suspicion of financial misconduct, sources told Reuters.