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Carlos Ghosn: the rise and fall of a superstar CEO | FT Film financial times



FT는 Renault, Nissan 및 Mitsubishi 간의 글로벌 자동차 제조 동맹을 구축한 슈퍼스타 CEO Carlos Ghosn의 이야기를 들려줍니다. 세계를 손에 넣은 세계를 누비는 산업의 거물이 어떻게 국제적인 도피자가 되었는지에 대한 이야기입니다. #CarlosGhosn #Nissan #Renault에서 자세히 읽어보십시오. 학생으로서 FT를 무료로 받을 수 있는지 확인하십시오(또는 £1 평가판 시작: ► 커뮤니티 탭에서 경제에 대한 더 많은 이야기를 확인하십시오. ► 팟캐스트 듣기: ► 팔로우 인스타그램: .

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  1. Mr Ghosn was followed by Nissan employees when under house arrest even though that is illegal in Japan. When his lawyers brought it to the judges attention they just ignored it. When Ghosn would call the media from house arrest the Nissan employees would magically disappear (because the phones were tapped – which is illegal in Japan). The proves that the people tapping the phones (Japanese justice authority) and Nissan were working together against Mr Ghosn in a way that was ILLEGAL. They were not playing by their own rules that they were expecting Mr Ghosn to follow. Why should he play by the rules when they aren’t? He shouldn’t.

  2. "People will start losing interest." No one has lost interest in Mr. Ghosn. People have lost interest in Nissan. This video didn't even touch on Saikawa resigning, the veracity of the financial misconduct allegations, or really any evidence that he wasn't managing the companies well. This just seems to be more anecdotes and character assassination.

  3. Should Westerners take up senior positions within Japan and Japanese companies of course not whether it is with Olympus Corp or Nissan or others and by the way if charged in Japan there is a 99.4% conviction rate

  4. Both companies lost considerably after him, still loosers! Useless Judgment by guests! Not saying he's innocent, but no one's sure that he's guilty.
    You missed a key point in his story, another One was also investigated and fired from Nissan after him, why?!

  5. Couldn’t finish watching this. Not a fan of some of these smug correspondents, would have liked a non biased view. His “super stardom” was well earned if you ask me.

  6. I saw a better documentary on this with details on how he was set up. This videi feels rushed with few details on his japanese case. FT is owned by a Japanese company, may be with can't expect a fair report on his case. Shame on you.

  7. "Carlos broke down the network of close suppliers that are tied through cross shareholdings" – Damn ryt, its like having a union in your factory, they have that bargaining power to disrupt your operations and your costs are pretty much at their mercy

  8. He was doing a great job that is why they chose him in the first place. Now that the end game changed the Japanese wanted to get rid of him. The french backstabbed him in order to please the Japanese. Disgusting.

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