New Hitachi CEO wants to go green: Has he already missed the boat?

On April 1, a struggling Hitachi turned over the reins to 69-year-old Takashi Kawamura, installing him as chairman, president, and CEO. In a speech delivered on April 20, Kawamura promised to "increase the development of businesses that provide environmental and energy-saving solutions," including e...

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