One of the weirdest subheads I've seen recently comes from the Detroit News of all places. The headline to their lead story on Carlos Ghosn, of Nissan/Renault, reads: "Nissan CEO: The making of a superstar." OK, that sounds straightforward enough. The sub-headline? "Detroit listens to Ghosn's every word, and in Japan, women adore him." Now I'm definitely reading this story. The ladies line stems form a recent poll in Japan that placed Ghosn #2, behind a baseball player, as the man women thought was the most desirable husband. Makes us want to jump right into the auto industry for a future of fortune and fame.
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