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How to Stop Radical C.E.O.s From Going Rogue

Carlos Ghosn, a 64-year-old former multinational chief executive, now sitting in a Japanese jail, is the ultimate Type A personality. He hardly sleeps, pushed his way to the top of two large and troubled car companies — first Renault and then Nissan — and energetically broke a series of corporate and national industrial taboos to bring them to good health. He even acquired a nickname suited to a business action-movie superhero: “Le Cost Killer.”

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