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Sayuri Daimon
Sayuri Daimon is an executive operating officer and the managing editor of The Japan Times. Daimon is the first woman to fill this role in the newspaper’s 116-year history. Since joining the newspaper in 1991, she has covered various fields as a staff writer, ranging from politics to business. She became Domestic News Division Manager in 2006, Deputy Managing Editor in 2008, and Executive Operating Officer from July 2013. She was awarded the Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University in 2000.
JAPAN
Jul 22, 1998
Computers evolving to slimmer, more stylish models
Staff writer
JAPAN
Jul 17, 1998
Business leaning toward Kajiyama
Staff writer
JAPAN
Jul 17, 1998
Business association calls for radical government reforms
Staff writer
JAPAN
Jul 10, 1998
U.S.-Japan business leaders may squabble less this time
Staff writer
JAPAN
Jun 24, 1998
Election Equation: Leaders scarce amid 'seniority culture'
Seventh in a series
JAPAN
Apr 27, 1998
Crisis in Asia: Japan's recovery seen as integral to region
First in a series
JAPAN
Apr 23, 1998
PBEC chief blames Asia crisis on private sector
Staff writer
JAPAN
Apr 8, 1998
Hilton execs looking to expand presence in Japan
Staff writer
JAPAN
Mar 16, 1998
Mazda leader looking to revitalize dealerships, sales
Staff writer
JAPAN
Mar 13, 1998
Foreign firms attempt to cash in on Tokyo's real estate bargains
Staff writer
JAPAN
Feb 19, 1998
On Paper: Electronics firms, automakers adapt to slump
Second in a series
JAPAN
Dec 31, 1997
Telecom firms race for position ahead of 'Big Bang'
First in a two-part series
JAPAN
Dec 4, 1997
Mitsubishi Motors chief intent on turnaround
A healthy and cheerful president free of worries is just what Mitsubishi Motors Corp. needs since being racked by legal troubles ranging from sexual harassment to "sokaiya" payoffs.
JAPAN
Nov 21, 1997
Expanding day-care center building on bilingualism
Staff writer
JAPAN
Nov 12, 1997
Keidanren exec backs long-term emissions goal
Last in a series
JAPAN
Oct 27, 1997
Automaker looks to bring Mercedes touch to other segments
Automaker looks to bring Mercedes touch to other segments> Staff writer
JAPAN
Oct 23, 1997
Ford CEO wants greater access to Japanese market
Staff WriterCHIBA -- Ford Motor Co. hopes for greater foreign access to the Japanese market and a yen strong enough to change Japanese automakers' tendency to over-rely on exports, the company's head said Oct. 23.In an interview with The Japan Times, Alex Trotman, chairman and CEO of Ford, said that...
JAPAN
Oct 20, 1997
Carmakers hope drivers rally to environment-friendly push
Staff writerAutomakers have long tried to impress customers with design and driving performance, but now they are paying homage to the latest in added values: environmentally friendly technology.Stranded by lackluster domestic demand, automakers are hoping to stimulate sales by displaying a number of...
JAPAN
Oct 1, 1997
Indonesia looks to exporters, reforms to bolster economy
Staff writerDespite the gloomy cloud hanging over Southeast Asian economies following the recent currency turmoil that began in Thailand, the Indonesian government is on the right track in implementing a wide range of measures to shore up its economy, according to Hartarto, Indonesia's coordinating minister...
JAPAN
Sep 25, 1997
Thai economic crisis puts a dent in carmakers
Staff writer

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