Nissan Got Rid of Carlos Ghosn. The Way It Did So May Prove Costly.
The Japanese carmaker’s public accounting of its internal problems could provide a handy road map for lawyers seeking payback for investor losses.
After the arrest last year of its chairman, Carlos Ghosn, Nissan has made a very public accounting of its management failures, from a lack of strong internal checks and balances to board meetings that lasted only 20 minutes.
That frankness may play well with the Japanese public and with prosecutors, who have charged the company and Mr. G...