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Haruka Nishimatsu, World’s Most Austere CEO (5 pics)

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1 Haruka Nishimatsu, World’s Most Austere CEO (5 pics)


2 Haruka Nishimatsu, World’s Most Austere CEO (5 pics)


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№1 Author: yamaz (17 Feb 2012 02:23) Total user comments: 626


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a lesson someone in Italy should learn quickly...
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№2 Author: bowlervtec (17 Feb 2012 02:57) Total user comments: 1365


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ceo's of america, LEARN FROM THIS.
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№3 Author: capt.huffnpuff (17 Feb 2012 03:28) Total user comments: 2801


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Yah, right. Like Steve Jobs earned $1 a year. That was to save his millions of dollars of stock. I'm sure this man gets his share of stocks and bonuses each year regardless of what his take home is.
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№4 Author: adzhoe (17 Feb 2012 05:39) Total user comments: 14959


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Always going to be a loophole.
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№5 Author: Louie (17 Feb 2012 08:18) Total user comments: 8189


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№6 Author: hof (17 Feb 2012 11:51) Total user comments: 200


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capt.huffnpuff,

It's not only the salary, putting the pay aside, where else can you see a CEO queuing in a cafeteria and taking public transport? most company CEOs have egos as big as their salaries. you have to give credit to this guy.
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№7 Author: kryptor (17 Feb 2012 11:53) Total user comments: 4510


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good points being argued here ... still a step in the right direction
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№8 Author: fairmania (17 Feb 2012 12:08) Total user comments: 1436


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This is a man putting the company first, and showing a degree of equality with his staff.

I would like to bet that if you had a problem at work, or even a solution to one, you could approach him and not have to pass it to some idiot manager, who passes it to his manager, who then either shits on you for having a problem, or takes the credit for the solution.

I would work for him!
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№9 Author: DyMster (17 Feb 2012 12:52) Total user comments: 79


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coba ya gan
gw jadi kaya gtu 04
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№10 Author: mauman707 (17 Feb 2012 15:52) Total user comments: 495


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RESPECT!
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№11 Author: Lu (17 Feb 2012 17:54) Total user comments: 15082


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Oh, man. If we can have somebody like that down here.
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№12 Author: Píixan (17 Feb 2012 18:29) Total user comments: 1014


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I hope to see more examples as such not only in companies but in Government offices... yeah right 44
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№13 Author: undeathvox (17 Feb 2012 18:33) Total user comments: 179


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A great man. 04
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№14 Author: elchelo (17 Feb 2012 18:33) Total user comments: 90


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Good for him. A good example
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№15 Author: kutiekris420 (17 Feb 2012 18:36) Total user comments: 135


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Japan is the world leader in Customer Service, they also are not filled with greed like their American counterparts.
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№16 Author: micliapu (17 Feb 2012 18:41) Total user comments: 2977


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respect for this guy ! 04 21 21 21 21
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№17 Author: Skurupu (17 Feb 2012 20:41) Total user comments: 428


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No job in the world can justify earning more then $1,000,000 a year.

The American system is just evil and unfair. Land of the free, my ass.
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№18 Author: Naphia (17 Feb 2012 20:53) Total user comments: 1071


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He's setting a good example. Many people could learn something from him. 04
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№19 Author: Nsibai (18 Feb 2012 00:10) Total user comments: 5694


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№20 Author: roaringrid (18 Feb 2012 01:26) Total user comments: 18


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that aint gonna happen in the western world... we are all materialistic fucks! 64
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№21 Author: Hypertension (18 Feb 2012 05:13) Total user comments: 1186


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That's why Japan getting better every single day.
Thats only one of more nice example.
Me Respect. 12
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№22 Author: mahedi (20 Feb 2012 12:21) Total user comments: 10772


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World need more & more Haruka Nishimatsu
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№23 Author: longci (26 Feb 2012 14:46) Total user comments: 144


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Nothing but respect! 04
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№24 Author: thomassharples (29 Mar 2012 18:10) Total user comments: 1


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This would be fantastic if Haruka Nishimatsu was still JAL's president. Yoshiharu Ueki is the current president, and he took over from Masaru Onishi.
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