For Mark Dearlove, Barclays Japan country manager, to be living in Japan when the banking group is celebrating 50 years since beginning Tokyo-based operations in 1969 is fortuitous.
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Dave Muenz hails from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where pollution from the local steel mills was once so severe that his steelworker father had to take multiple shirts to work because by lunchtime "the color of his original shirt would be so bad."
Boasting a fast-track career trajectory with U.S. e-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc., General Manager Tom White of Uber (Rides), Japan is having the ride of his life.
Living in the city of Tokyo could be described as a dream come true for Robert Walters Japan and Korea Managing Director Jeremy Sampson
Dawn breaks over Tokyo. The streets surrounding Ota Shijo market are still dark and the air is quiet, but inside the Tokyo Bay market's expansive hangars, a different story emerges.
Cartier Japan President and CEO Veronica Prat van Thiel and her team are testing the boundaries of the retail experience.
United Arab Emirates Ambassador Khaled Omran Alameri readily admits that growing up in the UAE city of Al Ain, often described as the “Garden City of the Gulf,” was pretty much idyllic.
As someone working to affect change within corporate culture, President and Representative Director Dieter Haberl of Toys R Us Japan, is perhaps facing one of his biggest challenges yet.
For Chris Hill, CEO of WeWork Japan, the day begins at 5:00 a.m. with meditating in the bath.
Twenty-nine-year-old venture capitalist James Riney has some ideas on who may be the nation’s next Mercari Inc.