Startups not status: Japan’s top grads rethink success

Astroscale’s core business is using satellites equipped with magnets to collect space debris. ANA Holdings and other Japanese corporations have acquired stakes. Like Okada, Seigo Hara was also inspired by a desire to make change. The 36-year-old graduate …
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