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Nissan Sues Carlos Ghosn for $90 Million

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 12 February 2020 ()
The automaker said it was trying to recoup monetary damages its former chairman had inflicted on the company.
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Nissan is suing its former chairman Carlos Ghosn for $90 million over his alleged misconduct.

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