Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, the world's largest car alliance, is facing its biggest challenge yet with the arrest of its Chairman, Carlos Ghosn, which could threaten to upend the union of automakers he began to forge almost two decades ago.
Fallen auto legend Carlos Ghosn is in jail in Japan, as authorities investigate allegations of financial crimes. Ghosn was arrested after a company whistleblower triggered an internal company investigation, which led authorities in Tokyo to take over. Ghosn had headed Nissan for many years. WJR Ne
A federal judge in Detroit rules that Iraqi nationals, who the U-S government wants to deport, must be set free. They've been held for more than a year. The government has tried to deport more than 14-hundred Iraqi nationals, mostly Christian Chaldeans who the government says are in the country i