It is stated that Ghosn entered the contract without first discussing with other board members, namely Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa and Mitsubishi Motors CEO Osamu Masuko."That such misconduct also occurred at our affiliate is beyond shocking.it's sad", Masuko told reporters, referring to the payments made to Ghosn from Nissan-Mitsubishi B.V., registered in the Netherlands in 2017.Ghosn, arrested and detained in Tokyo since Nov 19, has been indicted in Japan on charges of under-reporting his salary for eight years through March 2018, and temporarily transferring personal investment losses to Nissan during the global financial crisis.The statement comes a day after French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said that if Ghosn was prevented from doing his job "for a lengthy period of time, I have always said that we have to move on to a new stage".Nissan and Mitsubishi have announced the results from their joint investigation into the (alleged) misconduct carried out by Carlos Ghosn, who is the … [Read more...] about French govt seeks new Renault boss, ditches Ghosn
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Sports Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByDavid Waldstein Aug. 29, 2018 For the 30th time since they became professional tennis players, Venus Williams and her younger sister Serena Williams will face one another this week in a clash of two of the best to ever play the game. For years, the sisters’ matches have been one of the most tantalizing fixtures in sports. Fans became accustomed to seeing the sisters compete against each other only at the very end of tournaments, when all the other would-be champions had packed up and gone home. But here in the latter stages of their careers, age and family life have created new conditions. This year, they will face off in just the third round of the United States Open on Friday. “I wouldn’t say it’s exciting,” Serena Williams said on Wednesday, “but … [Read more...] about Another Major Venus-Serena Showdown. In the Third Round.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Australia Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByLewis Evan Fischer July 30, 2018 SYDNEY, Australia — An Australian woman who says she was fired after posting tweets in support of greater access to abortion has filed a lawsuit against her former employer and will fight to get her job back. Angela Williamson, who worked in a government relations and public policy role at Cricket Australia, the sport’s governing body here, said she was told her position had become “untenable” amid concerns that she insulted the Tasmanian state government in the series of Twitter posts this year. The case, which is under review by the government’s Fair Work Commission, includes allegations that a senior member of the Tasmanian government disclosed to Cricket Australia that Ms. Williamson, a former Tasmanian government staff worker, … [Read more...] about Woman Says She Was Fired by Cricket Australia for Abortion-Rights Tweets
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Food Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Young expats have transplanted their bright, Instagrammable cooking and mellow lifestyle by opening cafes in New York City. ByJulia Moskin July 24, 2018 The typical New York breakfast — something fast and greasy, That’s probably why, along with the advents of Instagram and the gig economy, New Yorkers have taken to the modern breakfasts served at the city’s rapidly multiplying Australian cafes. Cafes like Two Hands, Ruby’s, Flinders Lane, Banter and Five Leaves serve plates of organic porridge with raw honey and grass-fed cream, free-range poached eggs with local bacon and roasted broccoli, and all manner of avocado toast, garnished with everything from pickled onions and hoja santa to sesame seeds and shiso leaves. Even the proliferating chain Bluestone Lane offers not only Dozens of … [Read more...] about The Art of the Australian Breakfast