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Hubris is an Ever-Present Risk for High-Flying Chief Executives

Nissan has accused chief business executive Carlos Ghosn of numerous significant acts of misconduct. Despite his successes, Ghosn seems to have acquired an attitude that threatens many high-ranking executives—hubris. The Financial Times details how chief executives can fall victim to this same tendency.

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