Renault told alliance partner Nissan to stop contacting the French company's directors ahead of a Thursday board meeting as the Japanese automaker tried to share evidence of wrongdoing by its ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn, two sources said.
Ever since Ghosn's Nov 19 arrest in Japan, Renault and the French government, the automaker's biggest shareholder, have demanded to see the findings of a Nissan internal investigation that include allegations of financial misconduct by the 64-year-old executive.
So Nissan tries to share their findings of Ghosn's disgraceful crimes with Renault, after Renault demanded to see the findings, now Renault are saying they don't want to see it?
Jeez, no wonder France is going down the drain. Time to cull the Renault parasite from the Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, they are by far the weakest link
0 ( +5 / -5 )
Good to hear these dangerous arsonists have been arrested and will be punished to the full extent of the law.
Can you imagine what would happen if a foreigner tried to start a fire outside the great hall in Tiananmen Square? Hint: they would be tortured to death over a few decades
7 ( +8 / -1 )
If Japan could pull its head out of its own "bleep" and make English an official second language, then all of this barrier bs wouldn't be an issue. So many other countries have realized this long ago and have taken the necessary steps to be part of the global community.
Pray tell, which countries have made English an "official second language?" France? Nope, official only French. Germany? Nope, official only German. Surely you will be able to name a few since you said there are so many other countries who have done this.
Please name 5 countries with a similar situation to Japan who have adopted English as an official language despite having an established native language.
0 ( +0 / -0 )
The market will work its magic and force these nursing homes out of business in short time. No one except a fool would send their loved ones to a place where no one speaks the language. What a joke
4 ( +6 / -2 )
The cons are too many to be listed, and they are obvious. The pros are that many Japanese companies will be able to use cheap, albeit far lower quality, labour however this is far, far overshadowed over the massive problems they will bring.
A terrible mistake but one that will be quickly rectified
2 ( +7 / -5 )
"We are all Carlos Ghosn", so "We are all suspected criminals?" Lol, ill advised. Lebanon still has decades to go it seems
3 ( +9 / -6 )
69 out of 258,000? Sounds like a less than average death rate to me. It's good to hear these interns have it so good compared to where they came from
4 ( +12 / -8 )
Our Ghosn is finally learning, it's a good first step that he has finally confessed to part of his incredible crimes. More will surely follow. His next learning task after that is learning how to behave in prison.
-6 ( +10 / -16 )
Good to hear! Keep him locked up until all evidence is compiled. If released, there is a 100% chance he will destroy evidence and flee the country. No CEO is above the law, as much as some would like. He is done
-4 ( +0 / -4 )
Sounds like he's got it good; good food, classical music, tea and coffee. If he were in America or some other country with blighted prison cultures, he probably wouldn't survive. Lucky him, and I guess his 10 years will go by in a breeze despite his disgraceful crimes
-9 ( +6 / -15 )
3 ( +3 / -0 )
Boo hoo have a cry, it's for this criminal's benefit that he remains detained so he can get used to the long, long incarceration that the criminal will be getting and deserves.
He will be doing the time for his crimes, no one is above the law no matter how rich and powerful, unlike certain powerful persons in other countries
-6 ( +8 / -14 )
None whatsoever. You just need to look at Carlos the Criminal to see what bosses do to their employees. Thanks god he his going to jail for a long, long time
0 ( +2 / -2 )
Haha bye bye Ghosn! Hopefully he enjoys his long time in jail and reflects on his crimes. No CEO is above the law
-2 ( +8 / -10 )
Yeah right, they're treated well in Japan. If they don't like it why don't they seek asylum elsewhere? Regarding the public property vandalism, prosecute the criminals to the full extent of the law. If some people are allowed to vandalize, all people are allowed to vandalize
3 ( +19 / -16 )
Ghosn had since 2002 instructed that about $100,000 a year be paid to his elder sister as remuneration for a non-existent advisory role
Jeez, not even Trump has stooped that low, yet.. Ghosn is finished
-5 ( +8 / -13 )
If these temporary visitors do the same job and at the same quality, then should they receive the same pay. That is fair and reasonable and no company should be expected to do otherwise. That's how business works.
PR? No, just no. This is a program for technical interns only
1 ( +5 / -4 )
I guess from now on all Canadian kids will grow up with a sanitized version of history with flowers and magic only, and anything that "offends" anyone will be expunged from history!
-1 ( +1 / -2 )
The whistleblower should receive a massive bonus for outing this super rich criminal, what a hero. Good to know his identity is protected as well. A warning to all CEOs who think they're above the law. Ghosn is finished
5 ( +6 / -1 )
Good riddance to the elite criminal and glad Renault won't be dragging Nissan down any longer. About time!
-4 ( +5 / -9 )
Glad that it's been made crystal clear that South Korea and North Korea are one and the same, although not surprising whatsoever. South Korea is now a permanently disgraced nation and they should be treated on the same level as their North Korean collaborators
6 ( +9 / -3 )
Don't see what the big deal is, it's a beautiful flag and should be used more often. If people are melting over a piece of cloth, that's their problem
11 ( +21 / -10 )
Very well done by PM Abe to go over the top to save the country's citizens, whereas most other nations wouldn't even acknowledge they had lost someone
-3 ( +3 / -6 )
There's no problems with this, if you attack a police officer in the street with rocks, you will be shot and killed, no one will bat an eyelid. Why would it be any different if you attacked a military checkpoint defending a nation's border?
-11 ( +8 / -19 )
Looks like ALTs will have to start job hunting. The hilarious objections to technology having a role in teaching reminds me of the luddites and their very, very lost cause. No one can stop technological progress no matter how conservative you are
2 ( +5 / -3 )
Well, sounds like the end of Eikaiwa schools methinks
0 ( +0 / -0 )
A huge example needs to be made of Saudi Arabia here. If they get off with no punishment, then other despotic nations around the world will feel free to start torturing and cutting up their citizens into pieces in their embassies and consulates around the world. This crime is quite unprecedented and we will all regret it if SA gets off free
8 ( +8 / -0 )