- Renault audit finds no fraud yet as Ghosn faces key hearing The Daily Star
- Nissan unveils new Leaf car after Ghosn's arrest delays it Boston.com
- Carlos Ghosn is out but leaves a fine legacy in the global car alliance he created The Globe and Mail
- Nissan top executive resigns amid broadened investigation of ex-Chairman Ghosn CNBC
- Renault says widening probe examined pay to Ghosn aide Sepehri Automotive News Europe
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The board of French automaker Renault on Thursday said an ongoing audit into executive pay had found no sign of fraud in the last two years, ahead of a new court appearance in Japan for CEO Carlos Ghosn. Directors gave no hint in their statement of any deliberations into Ghosn's future at Renault, as the once-towering auto boss faces a fresh hearing that could see him face new fraud charges and more time behind bars.
Nissan is showing the beefed up version of its Leaf electric car as it seeks to distance itself from the arrest of its star executive. Read more on Boston.com.
The Ghosn era seems to be over, even if the courtroom trials he faces do not prove him guilty. However, it would be wise to leave the legacies he created to live on
As Carlos Ghosn gets pulled deeper into Japan’s legal system, the spotlight has once again turned to Renault, where a widening probe into the pay of top executives is drawing attention to Mouna Sepehri, one of the chairman’s closest advisers.