Japan Airlines, coming off a more-than-$1 billion loss in its fiscal first quarter ended June 30, Friday announced a "new corporate organization structure" aimed at streamlining internal processes and improving customer service. The revamped structure eliminates or consolidates "numerous intermediary functions within the organization in order to speed up decision-making processes that will strengthen the Group's overall efficiency, as well as to minimize the backend and overhead costs, which ...

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