The Latest: Ghosn to remain as CEO of Renault
PARIS (AP) - The Latest on the arrest and investigation into alleged financial misconduct by Nissan's chairman Carlos Ghosn (all times local):
Renault's board of directors says that Carlos Ghosn will remain as chairman and CEO of the carmaker even though he is detained in Japan for alleged misuse of Nissan assets.
The board on Tuesday, however, tapped the carmaker's No. 2, Thierry Bollore, to fill in for Ghosn while he's "temporarily incapacitated."