Toshiba: Why troubled Japanese firms survive

Many analysts are concerned that this is a sign of far worse things to come. “It’s really unheard of in Japan to miss your planned earnings announcement,” Marc Einstein with Frost and Sullivan told me. “Timing and being on time is sacred in Japanese …
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