Renault chief executive Carlos Ghosn is, it would appear, a man above everything, already beyond criticism and self-questioning, and now above the opinions of his shareholders. While he hasn’t gone quite so far as Lloyd Blankfein, the CEO of US bank Goldman Sachs who infamously pronounced in 2009 that he was doing “God’s work”, Ghosn’s choices and behaviour suggest that he is not far from sharing the same view. After all, a talent as immense as his cannot reasonably be called to account, and much less so submit its remuneration to review by the carmaker’s annual shareholders’ meeting.
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