(Bloomberg) — Carlos Ghosn, the former auto-industry titan living as a fugitive in Lebanon, will help start a business program at a university in his troubled native country.
The course will include an executive management program, training in new technologies and an initiative to support startups, Ghosn, 66, said at a press conference Tuesday at Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, known as USEK.
Carlos Ghosn speaks to journalists following a news conference at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik in Jounieh, Lebanon, on Sept. 29.
Photographer: Hasan Shaaban/Bloomberg
Ghosn, admired in Lebanon for his business successes, declined to answer questions about his dramatic escape from Tokyo to Beirut nine months ago or his own legal situation. He said he’s eager to help the country, which is mired in debt and rudderless after a government collapse, but has