Self-made rebel takes on $13 billion Japan giant in M&A fight

Japanese companies’ owner-managers often have no incentive to improve profitability, because that would increase the inheritance tax incurred when their business is passed on to the next generation, Sasaki says. Non-owner managers, meanwhile, lack …
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