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

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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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