Rappler's latest stories on Carlos Ghosn
The Ghosn scandal has already cost Nissan dearly
(UPDATED) Ex-auto magnate Carlos Ghosn, who fled to Lebanon, is 'banned from traveling until his judicial file arrives from Japan'
Carlos Ghosn slams everything from Japan's sky-high conviction rate to the conditions he faced during 130 days of pre-trial detention
(UPDATED) Former Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn tells media in Lebanon he was 'presumed guilty' and had 'no choice' but to flee Japan
Carlos Ghosn's escape from Japan, where he was awaiting trial, is worthy of a Hollywood plot
Carlos Ghosn's wife Carole, 53, is now believed to be in Lebanon with her husband
The details of Carlos Ghosn's escape remain spotty, with Japan saying it is still investigating how he slipped past strict security measures imposed as part of his bail conditions
Japan's justice minister confirms that the ex-Nissan chief's bail has been cancelled and that an Interpol 'red notice' has been issued
'I can easily imagine that if people with wealth, human networks and ability to take action have the same experience, they would do the same thing or at least consider doing so,' Takashi Takano says
Turkish private jet company MNG says one employee has admitted to falsifying the records to keep Carlos Ghosn's name off the flight manifest, and that he acted 'in his individual capacity'
Here's what we know about the former Renault-Nissan boss's escape
Colorful rumors abound regarding the exact circumstances of Carlos Ghosn's daring escape
Prosecutors and police are poised to launch an investigation into the stunning escape, suspecting he departed 'in an unlawful manner,' public broadcaster NHK says
By leaving the country, Ghosn has 'lost the opportunity to prove his innocence and vindicate his honor,' says the Yomiuri Shimbun
'Was there help extended by an unnamed country? It is also a serious problem that Japan's system allowed an illegal departure so easily,' says lawmaker Masahisa Sato
'I am now in Lebanon and will no longer be held hostage by a rigged Japanese justice system where guilt is presumed, discrimination is rampant, and basic human rights are denied,' says the tycoon in a statement.
One year since the arrest of automobile executive Carlos Ghosn, how is the alliance between Renault and Nissan?
Legal experts and even the ex-Nissan chief's defense lawyer are doubtful of his chances
Nissan blames the poor outlook on weak first-half earnings, a strong yen, an uncertain global outlook, and the stagnation of the car industry in general
In a terse statement, Renault gives no reason for Thierry Bollore's ouster, 9 months after he was named to follow Carlos Ghosn
Former CEO Carlos Ghosn will pay $1 million in fines to settle the matter without admitting wrongdoing, and will be barred from serving as a corporate executive for 10 years. Nissan will pay a $15 million fine.
A Renault spokesman confirms the search is under way and says the company is 'fully cooperating with the authorities'
Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa assures shareholders he will protect the independence of Nissan, part of a three-way alliance with Renault and Japan's Mitsubishi Motors
'I'd like President Trump to speak to Prime Minister (Shinzo) Abe about fair conditions, fair trial conditions, and to let me speak to my husband – and also to respect this presumption of innocence until proven guilty,' says Carole Ghosn
'There can be no success for Renault without the success of the alliance,' says Renault chairman Jean-Dominique Senard
Renault and Nissan discover 11 million euros ($12 million) of questionable expenses at their Dutch subsidiary RNBV, linked to Carlos Ghosn
The tough terms of his bail mean Carlos Ghosn needs court permission to visit his wife Carole, whom prosecutors believe has made contact with people involved in the case against the tycoon
(UPDATED) Under the conditions of his bail, Carlos Ghosn must stay in Japan and must live in a court-appointed residence with cameras to monitor his movements amid fears he might try to destroy evidence
(UPDATED) Japanese authorities charge Carlos Ghosn with aggravated breach of trust, the fourth formal indictment against him
According to sources, Tokyo prosecutors will indict the former auto tycoon on suspicion that he had used the money from Nissan for his personal investments into 30 companies
The court slapped down the appeal without explaining the ruling, according to media reports
The 65-year-old will be held in custody at a detention center in Tokyo until April 22, whereupon authorities will either have to press formal charges, release him or re-arrest him if they feel he has other accusations to answer
(UPDATED) Carole Ghosn has increasingly emerged as a key figure in the case surrounding her tycoon husband, who is in detention facing multiple allegations of financial malpractice
In the brief video, played by his lawyers at a press conference, Carlos Ghosn denounces a 'conspiracy' against him and says events had been 'twisted in a way to paint a personage of greed, a personage of dictatorship'
Nissan sacks Ghosn as chairman almost immediately after his initial arrest but an extraordinary meeting of shareholders is required to remove him from the board
The wife of ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn says he will name 'the people responsible for what has happened to him'
A statement from the Tokyo District Court says it accepts a request from prosecutors to detain the 65-year-old auto tycoon for a further 10-day period that can subsequently be extended once more
(UPDATED) Public broadcaster NHK and other media say prosecutors had entered Ghosn's temporary accommodation in central Tokyo early Thursday morning and that he left with them by car shortly afterwards
(UPDATED) Japanese media report authorities are probing a possible aggravated breach of trust charge related to at least $32 million in Nissan funds transferred to a distributor in Oman
'I think it's a bold proposal to remove the chairman's position' which exists in many Japanese companies, says Sadayuki Sakakibara, co-chairman of the advisory committee
'We have decided to join our forces again, to enhance the strength of our collaboration,' says Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard
Carlos Ghosn cannot be officially removed from his seat on the Nissan board without an extraordinary shareholders' meeting – expected to occur on April 8
(UPDATED) Lawyer Takashi Takano says the bizarre get-up was a bid to protect Carlos Ghosn's privacy and to help prevent media from tracking him to his home
Top lawyer Junichiro Hironaka is light on details about Carlos Ghosn, who is freed on March 6 after more than 100 days in jail
Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn leaves the detention center in northern Tokyo flanked by guards, wearing a blue cap, a white medical face mask, and a work jacket with orange reflective stripes
(3rd UPDATE) An appeal by prosecutors against the decision to grant Carlos Ghosn bail is thrown out late Tuesday, March 5
Carlos Ghosn faces 3 charges of financial misconduct, two involving alleged under-reporting of his salary and a third over a complex scheme in which he allegedly sought to transfer his losses to Nissan's books
Carlos Ghosn's new lead defense lawyer, Junichiro Hironaka, says there is a 'realistic' chance of Ghosn eventually being found innocent of all charges
It is the first bail request filed by the 64-year-old since he shook up his legal team as he crafts his defense to 3 charges of financial misconduct
According to documents seen by AFP, Carlos Ghosn invited 8 couples to watch the Carnival parade in Rio de Janeiro in February 2018 from a beach-side luxury hotel