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Carlos Ghosn is accused of "significant acts of misconduct", including under-reporting his pay package.
The arrest of Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn is the latest company crisis to hit Japan Inc.
Transgender people in India were granted legal status in 2014 but many face discrimination and struggle to find work.
Why do businesses have so many bad managers? asks author Alison Green.
From fake shops to copycat products, firms around the world are losing billions to copyright theft.
Price-trackers can show the history of what on-line retailers have been charging
The US firm says it will take home rentals in Israeli settlements on occupied land off its website.
A class-action lawsuit alleges McDonald's Happy Meals break local laws against marketing to children.
Apple falls on a report it has cut iPhone orders; US-China trade fears weigh on stocks.
Every year an American lecturer is mixed up with the retailer but now he has his own Christmas ad
Matthew Hanley, 23, and Connor Allsopp, 21, accessed customers' information during the cyber attack.
The fall brings the total value of all Bitcoin in existence to below $87bn.
The boss of Renault-Nissan is one of the car industry's big beasts who has revived two global giants.
Cutting emissions from heavy industry would generate savings and boost economic growth, commission argues.
Ten years after the collapse of the High Street chain, discount chains now own many of its old stores.
Sainsbury's is the first UK supermarket to stock edible insects - but just how tasty are they?
Banks are accused of giving incorrect information to customers seeking compensation for mis-sold PPI.
The prime minster is urged to think again, not to sign her withdrawal agreement and not listen to the CBI which was branded the "Confederation of European Industry".
The PM stresses immigration changes in a CBI speech - amid the threat of a leadership challenge.
Carlos Ghosn, a towering figure in the car industry, is accused of under-reporting his pay package.