PARIS (Reuters) - Renault boss Carlos Ghosn faces another nail-biting salary vote when the French government, the carmaker's largest shareholder, is expected to oppose his 7.4 million euro ($8.7 million) 2017 payout at Friday's annual shareholder meeting.


10


Reuters

Latest News

Daily Mail: Now the FBI's former top lawyer faces criminal investigation over claims he leaked to the media

Daily Mail: New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand launches exploratory committee as crowd grows in Democratic field 

CBS: Utah city feels shutdown strain with thousands of furloughed workers

CBS: New details about Jayme Closs kidnapping

CBS: L.A. family supports teacher strike

BBC: Most MPs want EU referendum says Tory

BBC: 'Fairy dust' head teacher Sue East's funeral to take place

BBC: Rihanna takes father to court in trademark dispute

CNBC: VMware COO: Dell and VMware's 'economic interests' are 'perfectly aligned'

CNBC: These are the top takeaways from Trump attorney general nominee William Barr's confirmation hearing

CNBC: Asia set to trade cautiously despite gains on Wall Street

CNBC: Cramer Remix: Don't take your cue on all of retail from Macy's

CTV News: Ice conditions vary across the region

Times of Israel: Gal Gadot to voice Wonder Woman in ‘The Lego Movie 2’

Jpost: U.S. State department official confirms U.S. citizen killed in Kenya

WashingtonPost: China’s advances seen to pose increasing threat to American military dominance

NewYorkTimes: Why Steve King’s Punishment Took So Long

NewYorkTimes: Slow Gains for Women and Minorities on Boards of Big U.S. Firms, Study Says

NewYorkTimes: Expecting a Huge Payout, Investment Banker Loses His New Job Instead

CNN: Theresa May's historic Brexit defeat

CBS: Ogden, Utah, feels the strain of the shutdown with thousands of furloughed workers

CBS: Kirsten Gillibrand announces run for president on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"

CBS: British Parliament rejects Theresa May's Brexit plan

18 Related Articles from 2018-06-13