As Nissan Slows, Ghosn Feels the HeatIan Rowley
Few chief executives in Japan can charm an audience like Nissan (NSANY) chief Carlos Ghosn. Whether delivering barnstorming speeches or fielding questions from the floor, it's rare—almost unheard of in Japan—to see a corporate leader so at ease in the limelight. Yet even Ghosn could be forgiven for not looking forward to the announcement of the Japanese automaker's annual results on Apr. 26.
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