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Nissan files $90 million lawsuit against Carlos Ghosn to cover for regulator fines

Nissan shareholders furious at Carlos Ghosn scandal, dismal results

Nissan shareholders unleashed their anger at the Japanese automaker’s management Tuesday for crashing stock prices, zero dividends and quarterly losses after the scandal-ridden departure of former Carlos Ghosn'>Chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Nissan Motor Co. filing a $90 million lawsuit Wednesday against its former CEO Carlos Ghosn is the latest move in a monthslong legal dispute. @columlynch  explains it all:

Having to endure never-ending footage of Carlos Ghosn on CNBC due to the US market holiday

Nissan posted its first quarterly net loss in almost ten years. The automaker is reeling from a scandal surrounding former boss Carlos Ghosn

Carlos Ghosn's lawyer and 7 others on his defense team have quit.

Nissan posted its first quarterly net loss in almost ten years. The automaker is reeling from a scandal surrounding former boss Carlos Ghosn

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Nissan ex-chairman Carlos Ghosn arrives in Lebanon, sources say - unclear how he left Japan where he was on bail

2020 so far: - US killing of Qassem Soleimani - Floods in Indonesia - Ongoing Australian bushfire crisis - Conflict in Libya - Bomb attack in Burkina Faso - Continued protests in India and Hong Kong - Knife attack in Paris - Interpol warrant for Carlos Ghosn

This is the inside story of how an elite espionage team smuggled Carlos Ghosn out of Japan

2020 so far: - US killing of Soleimani - Indonesia floods - Ongoing Australian bushfire crisis - Libya conflict - Bomb attack in Burkina Faso - Attack on base in Kenya - Continued protests in India and Hong Kong - Knife attack in Paris - Interpol warrant for Carlos Ghosn

We have withdrawn our story published at 12:43 GMT on Carlos Ghosn's exit from Japan, pending more reporting. We are deleting all tweets that link to it.

JUST IN: Nissan's former chief Carlos Ghosn fled house arrest in Japan and flew to Lebanon by reportedly hiding in a box for musical instruments

“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,” Carlos Ghosn said in a statement

Carlos Ghosn revived the fortunes of two struggling global auto makers via a bureaucratically hectic Franco-Japanese alliance, but his legacy will be that he spent months training to contort to himself fit inside the case for a giant double bass; the perfect getaway

Lebanese news outlets saying Carlos Ghosn was smuggled out of Japan in a box designed for transporting musical instruments, this story is incredible

This, from Nissan chief exec Carlos Ghosn, is the result of covering Brexit with utterly bogus 'balance'. What an epic failure of journalism, "We are preparing for the worst but I do not want to tell you how we are preparing because you will say I am just trying to scare people."

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