Women save Japan’s old family businesses with new ideas

OSAKA — For 260 years, a Kyoto company called Ueba Esou specialized in paints for Japanese art. But after the president succumbed to illness, his daughter faced an almost unthinkable decision: Should she close the business? Demand for the subtle …
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