Japan's 40 Richest

Minami, Kiyoe
June 2006
Forbes Asia;6/19/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 11, p43
The article presents a list of the 40 richest businessmen in Japan. It includes Masayoshi Son, chief executive of Softbank, Yasuo Takei, founder of Takefuji, Kunio Busujima, chairman of Sankyo, Yoshitaka Fukuda, head of Aiful, and Hiroshi Mikitani, founder of Rakuten.


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