Former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn leaves his lawyer's office in Tokyo, Japan. File photo/Reuters
Nissan Motor Co shareholders voted former chairman Carlos Ghosn out as a director on Monday, severing his last ties with the automaker.
Shareholders at the emergency meeting also voted out another director, Greg Kelly, and voted in favour of making Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard as a director, according to announcements made at the meeting.
Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn will remain in custody until at least April 14, a Japanese court ruled on Friday, as prosecutors quiz him over fresh allegations of financial misconduct.
Japanese authorities on Monday hit former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn with a fresh charge of aggravated breach of trust, the fourth formal indictment against the auto sector tycoon.
Japanese prosecutors arrested ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn for a fourth time on Thursday on charges of trying to enrich himself to the tune of $5 million at the automaker’s expense,
An employee who teamed up with his wife to torture his mother to death appeared in court on Wednesday.
Pakistan has signed the MoU with the UAE to “foster cooperation in the labour and human resources sector,” a statement by the Pakistan Embassy in Abu Dhabi said.
Media reports said cabin crew often complain about haughty pilots demanding special service.