Although lionized by the CEO class, Carlos Ghosn (pronounced Gone) was never very popular in Japan. The Brazilian-French business executive was famous for saving the Nissan Automobile Company from bankruptcy, but at a cost. His methods, including severe cost cutting and layoffs, while complaining that he personally was being underpaid, certainly didn’t endear himself to the average Japanese on the street.
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