I'm not going quietly, says former Fujitsu chief

04/5/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Former Fujitsu president Kuniaki Nozoe has stunned Japan's business community by speaking out about his departure from the tech-services giant, claiming that company officials privately used allegations of mob connections to justify his ouster, then forced him to spend months pretending to receive treatment for a fictional illness as a means of covering up the reason for his departure. Nozoe claims he made powerful enemies at Fujitsu by seeking to radically overhaul the company's business model and to jettison failing product lines.

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