Can Toshiba escape the clutches of corporate Japan's zombie hordes?

But it also faces another fate: becoming the most high-profile member of Japan’s corporate living dead, also known as zombie firms. Toshiba admitted this week that its survival is at risk and that the firm could be delisted from the Tokyo stock exchange …
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