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In Ghosn's Jet-Set World, a $120 Million Fortune Can Be Peanuts

  • Former Nissan chairman declares his innocence in Tokyo court
  • His net worth, compensation pales in comparison to some peers
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Ghosn Defends Himself in Court Saying He Was 'Wrongly Accused'
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Handcuffed and wearing plastic slippers, Carlos Ghosn appeared in a Japanese court Tuesday to rebuff prosecutors’ allegations of financial wrongdoing.

As he defended himself against charges he failed to disclose income from Nissan Motor Co., his sunken cheeks and graying hair underscored his downfall from the apex of the business world where he built a nine-figure fortune.