Nissan moving to fire Chairman Carlos Ghosn for financial misconduct
Updated : November 19, 2018 04:46 PM IST
The Japanese automaker said that based on a whistleblower report, it had been investigating possible improper practices of Ghosn and Representative Director Greg Kelly for several months, and that it was fully cooperating with investigators.
It said CEO Hiroto Saikawa would propose to the Nissan board to remove Ghosn and Kelly.
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