TOKYO -- Just before his expected release, Carlos Ghosn was arrested for a third time on Dec. 21 in a bid by prosecutors to extend his detention. The new allegations hold that the ousted chairman inflicted losses on Nissan Motor by passing on his personal losses, altering the dynamics of the case.
Nissan's Ghosn crisis
Prosecutors sharpen offensive on Ghosn with new allegations
Ex-chairman suspected of arranging $15m Nissan payment to cover personal losses