Nissan Motor Co and its former chief executive Carlos Ghosn on Monday agreed to settle claims from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision (SEC) over false financial disclosures related to Ghosn's compensation, an SEC statement said on Monday.
Carlos Ghosn reached civil settlement with U.S.'s SEC: lawyers
Former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn has reached a civil settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to resolve its investigation of alleged violations of U.S. securities laws, Ghosn's lawyers said in a statement on Monday.
Exclusive: We Company CEO Neumann starts talks on his role at WeWork parent - sources
WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann has started talks with board directors and investors to discuss his future role at the U.S. office-sharing start-up, including the possibility of giving up his title as chief executive, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
NY Fed's Williams says NY Fed actions had desired effect of reducing market strains
New York Federal Reserve President John Williams on Monday defended the bank's handling of volatility in money markets last week, saying officials anticipated the liquidity crunch and were successful in easing the markets.
Strains that sank Thomas Cook weigh on European airlines
The collapse of travel group Thomas Cook and a trio of subsidiary airlines, leaving 600,000 holidaymakers stranded, is unlikely to be the last failure among Europe's struggling second-tier carriers.
U.S. FAA head set to explain Boeing 737 MAX progress to divided world regulators
The chief of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is set to detail on Monday progress on the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to international air regulators who are divided about returning the grounded jet to flight after two fatal crashes.