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LeBron James and Lyft partner to launch bike initiative

It'll give free bike access to low-income teenagers

UPDATE: A Ferris Bueller replica Ferrari is headed to auction this week

This may be a Faux-rari, but it's going to sell for real money

'I'm glad he did it': Carole Ghosn slams Japanese justice system

Escape involved a tight circle, 'reasonable price' and utter secrecy

Ghosn says French ambassador told him: 'Nissan is turning against you'

'And this is where I realized that the whole thing was a plot'

F1 champion Hamilton donates $500,000 to Australian wildlife rescue

Vegan F1 legend wants to help scorched animals and habitats

Six-times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday he was donating $500,000 (382,819 pounds) towards the rescue and care of wildlife caught in bushfires ravaging southeast Australia. The Briton, who has adopted a vegan lifestyle and become outspoken on the environment, posted a clip on social media of a scorched koala being tended to against a backdrop of smoke and flames. "It saddens me deeply to know that over 1 billion animals in Australia died a painful death, no way out,

Carlos Ghosn 'very comfortable' after questioning by Lebanese prosecutor

Authorities there ask Japan for its case files on him

Arrest warrant for Ghosn's wife a 'pathetic' move by Japan, spokeswoman says

Tomorrow Ghosn plans to reveal 'actual evidence' against Nissan

A decision by Japanese prosecutors to issue an arrest warrant for Carlos Ghosn's wife shortly before the fugitive car boss was due to speak publicly about his case was "pathetic", a spokeswoman for Ghosn told Reuters on Tuesday. The ousted Nissan Motor and Renault chairman fled to Lebanon, his childhood home, in late December from Japan, where he faced trial for alleged financial misconduct. Ghosn is expected to speak on Wednesday at a news conference in Beirut and detail some of the claims he

Ghosn took bullet train to Osaka en route to Lebanon

Japan may press Lebanon for extradition even without a treaty

Former Nissan and Renault boss Carlos Ghosn began his astonishing escape from Japan with a bullet train ride from Tokyo to Osaka, possibly accompanied by several people, Japanese news agency Kyodo reported Monday. Japanese authorities also said on Monday they may still press for Ghosn's extradition from Lebanon to face multiple charges of financial wrongdoing, even though the country does not normally extradite its nationals. Security cameras captured Ghosn leaving his home

Everything we know about ex-Nissan boss Ghosn's escape to Beirut

He's wanted by Interpol

Former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn fled Japan while awaiting trial on financial misconduct charges. WHERE IS GHOSN? Ghosn, who is Lebanese and also holds French and Brazilian passports, arrived in Lebanon on Monday after a stop in Turkey.

Airline says Ghosn used jets illegally; WSJ reports he was smuggled in audio case

5 arrested, as employee reportedly admits falsifying records

A Turkish airline company says its jets were used illegally in Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn's escape from Japan. Istanbul-based MNG Jet said an employee falsified records and that Ghosn's name did not appear on any documentation related to the flights. Ghosn earlier this week jumped bail in Japan and fled to Lebanon rather than face trial on financial misconduct charges in a dramatic escape that has confounded and embarrassed authorities.

Carlos Ghosn pulled off mystery escape via a discreet airport lounge

'He would have had to go through as a passenger, perhaps in disguise'

Despite being one of the world's most-recognisable executives, former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn probably embarked onto a private jet from a quiet lounge in Japan's third-largest airport on his astonishing escape from a fraud trial. Somehow, Ghosn appears to have passed immigration and luggage checks before a flight to Istanbul from Kansai International Airport in western Osaka city, the plane's owner said, becoming one of the world's best-known fugitives. "He would have had to go through as

Formula One heiress Tamara Ecclestone robbed of $66 million in jewelry

Daughter of former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone

London police are investigating the theft of a large cache of “high value jewelry” reported stolen from the palatial home of heiress Tamara Ecclestone, the daughter of former Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone. The Sun newspaper said the stolen jewelry was worth about 50 million pounds ($66 million) and included precious rings, earrings and a Cartier bangle Ecclestone received as a wedding present. The Metropolitan Police said officers went to the home on Friday evening after receiving reports

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