Pawn, in game of life
- Oct 20, 2003
- Total Time
Without a doubt Mr. Nishamatsu has to be the most honorable man in business
Our CEO's are just being good ol' greedy capitalist! That is what we value in this country. What is the problem?
Yes, because no union protection at all would be better!--Moron
Accountability runs deep in the Japanese culture, you see it at all levels and not only at the top. The folks that load the airplanes take it as a personal failure when bags get lost and when a student fails a check ride, it is the instructor that has to go apologize for his failure (not the student's) to his superior.
Great story. Makes me sick to be an American. We're a greedy society, and the executives have made themselves multi-millionaires at the expense of its workers.
This reminds me about an article in USA Today recently in the green section where they feature a single real estate market and the highest priced home and the median home. In this article it featured IND, and the most expensive in town. It was the CEO of "i believe" a drug company, although this may not be correct. Anyhow this CEO had rebuilt Versailles. This pompus prick thought he was King Louis XIV of IND. This is what our system has allowed. The return of Royalty. Something like 30 Million in friggin IND. Guess he deserved it after no doubt outsourcing/downsizing of employees and probably running the company into the ground?