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Nissan chairman arrested, accused of hiding $44.6 million

'Numerous other significant acts of misconduct have been uncovered," the company said

Nissan to fire chairman after whistleblower triggers misconduct probe

For the past two decades, he has maintained an unusually high profile in a nation where foreign CEOs of major Japanese companies are still relatively rare.

Driverless cars will lead to more sex on the road, study says

"It is quite likely that autonomous vehicles will lead to prostitution, whether legal or illegal, taking place in moving autonomous vehicles in the future,” said one researcher.

Tesla's new chair's biggest task: Reining in an erratic CEO

How well the quirky Musk and his new chairperson will work together should become obvious quickly, considering the CEO’s addiction to Twitter.

Soon you'll be able to park your Tesla using just your phone

However, it's not clear if a vehicle operating in a public space would be legally allowed to park itself.