Coronavirus Outbreak Impact: Nissan to close Indonesia, Spain auto plants after sinking into red for first time in 11 years
Japanese automaker Nissan plans to close auto plants in Spain and Indonesia after sinking into the red for the first time in 11 years as the pandemic squashed global demand and disrupted production
Nissan Motor plans to close Barcelona factories, 3,000 jobs lost; Spain's govt urges carmaker to consider alternatives
Spain's government says that Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor Co. has decided to close its manufacturing plants in the northeastern Catalonia region, resulting in the loss of some 3,000 direct jobs
From boom to bottom: Renault, Nissan bet on deeper cooperation; firms under pressure to recover from falling sales
Since its founding in 1999, the partnership between Renault and Nissan was dominated by its leader, Carlos Ghosn.
Renault, Nissan rebuild alliance to ride out coronavirus storm; thousands of jobs to be at risk after restructuring plans: Report
When Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co and Mitsubishi Motors Corp announced the last strategy plan for their Alliance in September 2017, the goal was to become the world’s biggest automaker by 2022.
French judges step up probe into Carlos Ghosn's misappropriation of funds over palace party, Oman dealings
Prosecutors had been looking into whether Ghosn knowingly used company resources to throw a party that was for private purposes-his wife's birthday in 2016.
Fugitive Carlos Ghosn's wife slams Japanese justice, says she is happy he did it; couple keen to stay in Lebanon
Shortly after Ghosn appeared in Beirut, Japanese authorities issued an arrest warrant for Carole on suspicion of alleged perjury related to the misappropriation charge against her husband.
Carlos Ghosn hits out at Nissan, says victim of inside job from auto maker in first press conference after dramatic escape
Ghosn named Masakazu Toyoda, an independent director at Nissan and a special adviser to the Japanese Cabinet; Nissan’s ex-auditor Hidetoshi Imazu; and the car company’s former executive vice president Hitoshi Kawaguchi as the main architects of his downfall
Carlos Ghosn vows to clear name at first appearance since fleeing Japan; says charges against him stem from 'coup' inside Nissan
Fugitive auto tycoon Carlos Ghosn vowed Wednesday to clear his name as he made his first public appearance at a news conference in Beirut since skipping bail in Japan
Ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's legal team accuses automaker of 'perversion of truth' ahead of press briefing today
In their statement, Ghosn’s lawyers said Nissan “never once” tried to interview the executive, or share with him evidence it had accumulated against him
Prosecutors in Japan on Tuesday obtained an arrest warrant for Carole Ghosn, wife of former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn, who last month jumped bail and fled the country
Japan says it has sought help from Lebanon over fugitive Carlos Ghosn; former Nissan, Renault boss to speak to media tomorrow
Ghosn has denied any wrongdoing and has said he was the victim of “backstabbing” and a “conspiracy” that wanted to derail his efforts to bring the two automakers towards a merger
Carlos Ghosn took bullet train to Osaka enroute to Lebanon; Japan to press for his extradition: Report
Japanese officials broke days of silence about the Ghosn case on Sunday, saying they would tighten immigration measures and investigate his escape thoroughly
Carlos Ghosn says, 'I alone organised my departure; my family members did not play any role in my escape from Japan'
Ghosn said in a statement that he left for Lebanon because he thought the Japanese judicial system was unjust, and he wanted to avoid "political persecution".
Carlos Ghosn used one of two French passports to flee; Japan launches probe into embarrassing security lapse
Carlos Ghosn's lead lawyer Junichiro Hironaka has said lawyers hold three passports belonging to the international tycoon, who holds French, Brazilian and Lebanese nationalities.
Carlos Ghosn's wife dismisses theories of his escape in a music box as 'fiction', but refuses to give details about how sacked Nissan chairman fled Japan
Ghosn has enjoyed an outpouring of support from Lebanon since his 2018 arrest, with billboards proclaiming, “We are all Carlos Ghosn” erected in solidarity with his case
Carlos Ghosn jailbreak is all-purpose face-saver; exit ends embarrassing diplomatic affair for Tokyo, France and former employers
Carlos Ghosn had some success positioning himself as a victim of a legal system with a 99 percent conviction rate
Ghosn, 65, has been on bail in Tokyo since April and is facing charges of hiding income.
Nissan Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa has said that months-long internal investigation had also uncovered evidence that Carlos Ghosn used company funds for personal purposes and misrepresented the company’s investments
Ousted Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn refuses to be 'held hostage', confirms he is in Lebanon; denies fleeing justice in Japan
Lebanon does not have an extradition treaty with Japan, according to Japan’s justice ministry, making it unlikely that he could be forced to return to Tokyo to face trial.
Nissan Motor Co Ltd reported a 70 percent profit drop on Tuesday and cut its full-year outlook to an 11-year low, as the Japanese automaker was hit by falling sales that highlight its ongoing turmoil after the ouster of former head Carlos Ghosn