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TOKYO, Jan 10- Nissan's board remains committed to the carmaker's alliance with Renault and Mitsubishi Motors, it said after directors met to discuss the ongoing investigation into former chairman Carlos Ghosn and ways to bolster governance.
Shares of Herbalife are down more than 2 percent after the resignation of CEO Richard Goudis over comments he made before he became the company's top executive.
Robert Medd of Bucephalus Research says the "jury's most definitely out" on whether corporate governance in Japan will improve following the scandal in Nissan.
U.S. insurance company MetLife on Tuesday named Michel Khalaf, the head of its U.S. and EMEA business, as its new chief executive officer, succeeding Steven Kandarian.
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Yusuf Azizullah of Global Board Advisors sums up the latest developments surrounding the ousted Nissan CEO and explains what that means for Japan's corporate culture.
Tesla's board has historically been tightly linked to its CEO and includes, among others, his brother Kimbal Musk.
Blockchain startup Digital Asset's CEO Blythe Masters is stepping down after about four years in the role.
Charles Yonts of CLSA says there is little "clear-cut guidance" on what Japanese companies have to do in terms of corporate governance, although best practices are recommended.
Definers pushed the idea that liberal financier Soros was behind a growing anti-Facebook movement in an effort to de-legitimize the campaign, the Times reported. Facebook's response to the reports has shifted over time.
The U.S. head of Nio, an electric carmaker seen as one of the main Chinese rivals to Tesla, will leave the company, the firm said in a filing on Friday, the first major management departure since its September IPO.
Robert Medd of Bucephalus Research says he does not believe that the Nissan board did not know what former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn was doing.
Ghosn, who has not spoken publicly, has told investigators that he had no intention of under-reporting his remuneration on financial documents and has denied allegations against him, according to a Japanese broadcaster.
Parissa Haghirian of Sophia University says negotiations about a full merger of Renault and Nissan will be different now, but that it is not off the table.
Yusuf Azizullah, CEO at Global Board Advisors says Nissan's board has to give a "strong message" to its stakeholders that it is taking action in light of Chairman Carlos Ghosn's arrest.
Mitchell Kim of Maybank Kim Eng says there is higher "key-man risk" for JD.com than for competitor Alibaba, as the company still does "revolve around" its founder, Chinese billionaire Richard Liu, who has been accused of rape.
Rebecca Lindland of Kelley Blue Book says there is no "obvious second-in-command" to Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn, and it will be "interesting" to see who replaces him.