Japan Airlines. Photo: By Roger Payne. "Mismanagement and a lack of risk awareness" drove Japan Airlines into a bankruptcy filing in January under Japan's Corporate Rehabilitation Law, according to a Kyodo summary of a forthcoming report from a panel investigating the carrier's financial troubles. A five-person panel of experts was assigned to determine why JAL faltered so badly (ATW Daily News, Aug. 11). Kyodo cited a draft report that will be submitted to ...

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