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Carlos Ghosn, Former Nissan Chairman, Is Released on Bail in Japan
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Ghosn says Nissan executives used 'plot and treason' to halt Renault integration
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Italian fugitive heads home to serve life term for murder
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Can Carlos Ghosn's legacy survive Nissan allegations?
Carlos Ghosn, one of the most powerful figures in the auto industry, was arrested this week after an internal investigation at Nissan that uncovered what the Japanese automaker called numerous â€œsignificant acts of misconductâ€. Tom Braithwaite talks to Kana Inagaki, Peter Cambell and Vanessa Houlder about what this means for Mr Ghosn and the three way alliance he built between Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi.Contributors: Tom Braithwaite, companies editor; Kana Inagaki, Tokyo correspondent, Peter Campbell, motor industry correspondent and Vanessa Houlder, Lex writer. Producer: Fiona Symon
Aired 7 months ago 9:42
Tokyo court grants bail to former Renault-Nissan boss
Carlos Ghosn, former boss of the Renault-Nissan alliance, could be released as early as tomorrow after spending 107 days in a Japanese prison, charged with understating his pay and other financial misconduct. Tom Braithwaite, Leo Lewis and Kana Inagaki explain the latest twists in the story.Contributors: Katie Martin, capital markets editor, Tom Braithwaite, companies editor, Leo Lewis and Kana Inagaki, Tokyo correspondents. Producer: Fiona Symon
Aired 8 months ago 7:17
What's next for Venezuela amid political, economic unrest?
From the BBC World Serviceâ€¦ It's been a tumultuous 24 hours in Venezuela after the country's opposition leader declared himself interim president and garnered support from the U.S. and a dozen other countries. So, what's next for the economically-troubled nation? Then, French automaker Renault is ready to move forward as Carlos Ghosn is still held in Tokyo. Plus, remember the periodic table from your high school chemistry class? Well, it's gotten a makeover, but this time, rather than being organized by weight, each element is listed according to how much is left on earth. Today's show is sponsored by SignNow, the United States Postal Service and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.