Motoshige Itoh

China's financial crisis hinges on 'good equilibrium'

The severity of financial crises depends on the presence of "good equilibrium," with a calm market, or "bad equilibrium," when the market overreacts and the crisis snowballs.

Shoichiro Toyoda

Shoichiro Toyoda (29): Eyes forward

With our overseas operations steadily expanding and our ranks of international employees g...

Jean-Claude Trichet

Jean-Claude Trichet (29): A 'very busy grandpa'

My wife, Aline, teasingly calls me a "very busy grandpa." I am indeed busy. I have the p...