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Nissan to remove its chairman for financial misconduct

Nissan is getting ready to remove its chairman over financial misconduct violations. The Japanese automaker said Monday that an internal investigation uncovered "numerous" acts of misconduct by Carlos Ghosn, including under-reporting his income and engaging in "personal use of company assets." Multiple Japanese media outlets reported Monday that Ghosn was arrested in Tokyo. Nissan said it plans to continue cooperating with Japanese prosecutors...
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