A rock, paper, scissors and a hard place

I’ve always thought of the Japanese as very buttoned-down, analytical and driven to make all the right business decisions. Then I read in The New York Times last week about Takashi Hashiyama, president of Maspro Denkoh Corp., an electronics firm near Nogoya, Japan. The firm has an art collection it wants to sell, so it heard presentations from Sotheby’s and Christie’s.

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