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      Nissan Boss Quits as Carlos Ghosn Pay Scandal Deepens
      The boss of Nissan , Hiroto Saikawa, has quit after admitting he received dubious income, broadening a scandal that led to the arrest of his predecessor Carlos Ghosn last year on charges of financial misconduct. Nissans board said on Monday it has accepted Mr Saikawas resignation following allegations that he had been improperly overpaid by tens of millions of yen (hundreds of thousands of pounds)...
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      Nissan CEO to Return Part of His Pay Following Audit
      Nissan Motor Co. Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa on Thursday said he will return a portion of his performance-based pay, after Nissan auditors found that the amount was too high. The pay was in the form of stock appreciation rights, a cash payment linked to the increase in the price of the companys shares over a period of time. Mr. Saikawa received a higher payment than he was entitled to, because ...
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    1. The one advantage of having them separated is if you get a mediocre CEO it is a lot easier to do something about it if you've got a separate chairman.
      Warren Buffett in Warren Buffett And CalSTRS Agree On Brian Moynihan's Performance At Bank Of America
    2. What I hear our CEO telling us is that some tough decisions will need to be made soon.
      In 3 Ways To Keep Your Board From Getting Bored
    3. The tender offer is an aggressive entrenchment move aimed at enabling the CEO to use the shareholders' money to gain control over the company.
      In How Wall Street Enabled A Controversial Power Grab At A Wannabe Berkshire Hathaway