Japan Inc.’s safety failures point to deeper malaise

Executives are guilty of becoming too detached from the operational side of the business, said Toshiyuki Shimegi, president of Porsche Japan. “There is a need for more micromanagement,” he said on the sidelines of the Tokyo Motor Show. “They are …
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