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December 11th, 2012
Episode 817 of 1250 episodes
Japan's corporate culture is in serious trouble, declare our two speakers. It's sleepwalking to oblivion, says Michael Woodford, former Olympus CEO turned whistleblower. And according to journalist Michael Zielenziger,the Olympus scandal is an example of larger problems facing Japan's economy.