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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'
(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
Here's what we know about the former Renault-Nissan boss's escape
'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
In a terse statement, Renault gives no reason for Thierry Bollore's ouster, 9 months after he was named to follow Carlos Ghosn
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
'We did not derail the wedding between Renault and Fiat,' says French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire
'There can be no success for Renault without the success of the alliance,' says Renault chairman Jean-Dominique Senard
(UPDATED) Renault reportedly fears the overhaul will reduce its influence in Nissan, and ties between the partners have already frayed since Carlos Ghosn's arrest and skepticism at the Japanese automaker
(UPDATED) 'It has become clear that the political conditions in France do not currently exist for such a combination to proceed successfully,' says Fiat Chrysler, as it withdraws its Renault proposal
Renault and Nissan discover 11 million euros ($12 million) of questionable expenses at their Dutch subsidiary RNBV, linked to Carlos Ghosn
The firm will propose to shareholders a new board structure with 11 members, 6 of whom will be external, as Nissan attempts to improve corporate governance in the wake of ex-chairman Carlos Ghosn's arrest for alleged financial misconduct
(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
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
'We have decided to join our forces again, to enhance the strength of our collaboration,' says Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard
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
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
Junichiro Hironaka, Carlos Ghosn's new lawyer, says: 'Since it's turning out to be an international issue, I think it's an opportunity to mend the system to global standards'
Renault's new chairman Jean-Dominique Senard is in Japan for talks with Nissan, hoping to smooth relations which grew strained under Carlos Ghosn's leadership
Detained former boss Carlos Ghosn will not be getting payouts worth 10 million euros
Lawyers for French carmaker Renault say they have 'serious concerns about the methods used' by Nissan and its legal team
Ghosn says he is ready to pay the fee, but was not aware that he owed it because he hasn't been billed
The latest charges involve Carlos Ghosn's lavish second marriage at the Chateau de Versailles outside Paris in October 2016
The decision to turn over Carlos Ghosn's board seat to Jean-Dominique Senard must still be ratified by shareholders, and the company says it has set an April 8 date for an extraordinary shareholders' meeting
Renault names Thierry Bollore and Jean-Dominique Senard to take over the CEO and chairman jobs
A senior director from the firm 'received last night the letter of resignation from Carlos Ghosn,' says French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire
Renault, part of a powerful alliance with Japanese carmakers Nissan and Mitsubishi, has officially declined to comment on Carlos Ghosn's replacement
The French government is the biggest shareholder in Renault with a stake of more than 15%, while Renault owns 43.4% of Japanese carmaker Nissan with voting rights
The decision means the 64-year-old auto tycoon is likely to stay in custody until his trial, which even his own defense lawyer admits could take 6 months to begin
Article 34 of Japan's Constitution stipulates that 'no person shall be arrested or detained without being at once informed of the charges against him or without the immediate privilege of counsel.'
(UPDATED) Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, who faces financial misconduct charges, may walk free on bail as early as Friday, December 21
The board of Nissan cannot agree to a replacement for former chairman Carlos Ghosn after his arrest for financial misconduct.
Renault keeps Carlos Ghosn on as CEO after his arrest in Tokyo, but launch an enquiry into his pay package and names a deputy CEO to ensure day-to-day management
Reports say Tokyo prosecutors plan to 'rearrest' the business tycoon along with his right-hand man and former Nissan representative director Greg Kelly by Monday, December 10
A Tokyo court extends the detention of former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn. This means the 64-year-old tycoon could remain in a Tokyo cell until December 10.
An unnamed source says Carlos Ghosn signed secret documents instructing aides to defer part of his salary without disclosing this to shareholders
(UPDATED) Japanese media say Carlos Ghosn told prosecutors he did not intend to understate his income on financial reports
Carlos Ghosn is accused of underreporting his income by millions of dollars and a host of other financial irregularities
Production remains suspended French carmaker Renault spokeswoman says
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