Burdened by the boardroom upheaval that cost CEO Toshiyuki Shinmachi his job this week, widening losses that reached ¥11 billion ($94.9 million) last quarter and several well-publicized safety-related incidents, Japan Airlines yesterday released an extended five-year, medium-term business plan designed to "win back the trust and confidence" of stakeholders and customers, create a more unified and open corporate culture and return the airline to profitability in the fiscal year ending ...

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