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TOKYO: Ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn (pic) left his Tokyo residence after a private security firm hired by Nissan Motor Co stopped monitoring him, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Saturday.
BEIRUT/TOKYO: Lebanon received an Interpol arrest warrant on Thursday for former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, while Turkey launched an investigation into his daring escape from Japan via Istanbul.
BEIRUT: Fugitive former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn met Lebanon's president after fleeing from Japan, where he was smuggled out of house arrest by a private security company, two sources close to Ghosn said on Wednesday.
PARIS: Carlos Ghosn, the fallen automotive titan facing trial in Japan for financial crimes, fled to Lebanon to escape what he described as a “rigged Japanese justice system.”
PARIS/TOKYO: Carlos Ghosn, the ousted boss of the Renault-Nissan carmaking alliance who was grounded in Japan while awaiting trial on charges of financial misconduct, was in Lebanon as of Monday, a person close to Ghosn told Reuters.
DUBLIN: The Irish High Court has rejected Ryanair’s attempt to prevent operations chief Peter Bellew (pic) from joining rival easyJet until 2021, saying a 12-month non-compete clause was unenforceable.
DUBLIN: The Irish High Court on Monday rejected Ryanair's attempt to prevent operations chief Peter Bellew from joining rival easyJet until 2021, saying a 12-month non-compete clause was unenforceable
UBER driver Juan Jose is quick to cover his cell phone with the red rag he keeps in his front seat whenever he spots a police officer on the streets of Bogota.
WASHINGTON: The United States and China have agreed to the first phase of a broader trade agreement that will see the former reduce tariffs, and at least temporarily calm fears of an escalating trade war between the world’s two largest economies.
SOUTHFIELD: General Motors Co. executives had laid the groundwork for a new labour agreement with the United Auto Workers union in September 2015. The company had met most of the union’s demands with a proposal that would have boosted pay and benefits by almost $1 billion over four years.