"Losses and profits". In spectacular costumes and incredible wives, the guests greeted their guests at the Grand Trianon entrance. The king accepted in Versailles to celebrate her remarriage. But Carlos Ghosn should have been vigilant. For this very XVIII celebratione Century, the chosen theme, was the Sofia Coppola film on October 8, 2016, Marie Antoinette. As a presumption of the fall behind the winged wings of the unwanted queen they loved them.
The king is now naked, closing in a Tokyo cell, who has tried to sue for tax avoidance. He was in Nissan, CEO of Hiroto Saikawa, which was established in April 2017, is now accused of all the shortcomings, and especially for the company to fund his holiday in Versailles. Perhaps the Renault star manager should have remembered the word of Louis XIV: "When I give a vacancy, I will make a dissatisfied and reluctant can."
Here, again, he abolished an exceptionally net exception, the world's most famous head of industry, who built less than fifteen years in fact an empire, now a leading manufacturer of automobile, a penelin to bump with Volkswagen and Toyota. But with age and success, he did not see in time that his absolute force, his proof and his taste for money would accelerate his decline.
This horrible symbol, the salary of the exquisite boss, governs its Japanese companies (Nissan, Mitsubishi) and Europe (Renault, Dacia, Lada) from the top of its private jet that carried each month on every continent. Exceptional head, exceptional salary: more than 15 million euros in 2017. The standard in the US, but not in France or Japan. Toyota, CEO of Toyota, the world's most profitable general manufacturer, touches five times less.
Powerful and fragile construction
In Japan, it's not good to stand out with too much an individual. The Japanese version of Hubris, the disease of pride devised by the Greek gods to ensure that men are not trying to imitate them. Look for those who are crossing the line. Especially since the building built by King Carlos is powerful and fragile.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is unique in the world in its scale and its ambition, which gives it considerable power over its suppliers and customers. But its architecture is safe, it has centralized its ability to capture competitive interests, some companies and a baroque share, where the small Renault owns 43 % of the largest Nissan who, in return, holds only 15% of French, while the French state is still the largest shareholder in the group.