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Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn, shown here on Sept. 19, was arrested by Japanese authorities Monday over allegations he underreported his income and misused company funds. (Getty)

Nissan Chairman Arrested In Japan Amid Misconduct Claims

Carlos Ghosn, the CEO and chairman of the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi Alliance and one of the world’s best-known businessmen, was arrested by Japanese authorities early Monday morning after an investigation sparked by a whistleblower revealed he underreported his income and misused Nissan company funds for years.

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